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Blog: Running Tracks

New Running Tracks Must Have Two Layers of Asphalt if You Hope to Achieve Industry Standard Tolerances

It seems to be a trend, especially in Florida and warmer States, where freeze/thaw cycles are rare or simply do not occur, that some designers feel one layer of asphalt is adequate for new running tracks.  It may stem from the fact that

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Blog: Running Tracks

An Impermeable Synthetic Surface For Your Running Track Is A No Brainer!

Let’s be honest, is there any student athlete, student, casual user, work out nut, etc. that has had the pleasure of competing or working out on a synthetic track that would prefer an unforgiving and hard asphalt surface over a surface

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Blog: Tennis Courts

The ABC’s of Tennis Court Construction

  The ABC’s of Conventional Tennis Court Construction By Bill Narozanick                   When looking to build a tennis court facility, owners should look to maximize what

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Blog: News

We’re Launching our New Website!

We’re Launching our New Website! American Athletic Track and Turf is proud to launch its new website! While the address is still the same,, we have worked alongside the developer, SEMGeeks, to make sure the

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Blog: News | Track Installation

In Search of a Qualified Track and Tennis Court Builder

This article is a reprint originally published at: Look beneath the surface when searching for a qualified builder of tennis courts or tracks.

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What Our Clients Say

  • We chose AACI to work on 3 different running track and sports construction projects. In all instances AACI’s work ranks as the BEST example in sports construction I have ever witnessed in my 33 years in this industry.

    John Bell, PE
    President, Kinsey Associations,
    Park & Recreation Consultants
  • Upon final inspection of Bucknell University’s new asphalt pavement for their 2012 running track project, Geoff Daley exclaimed: “In 20+ years of synthetic track surfacing, I have not seen asphalt paved to that precision and consistency.

    Geoff Daley, CTB
    Chief Estimator and Director of Quality Assurance