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Why a Synthetic Track Surface is Safer

When working with competitive athletics, the priority is safety. And whether you are working with a high school, university, or community athletics system, cost is another consideration. Synthetic track surfaces are comfortable, useful, and

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Want to Host High School Track and Field Events? Consider a Sports Facility Upgrade

Have you considered how hosting large high school track and field events may benefit your school? High-profile athletic competitions can boost your school’s reputation. The local business community benefits from an influx of guests and

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How Much Is a Turf Football Field?

High school athletic directors and business managers often ask, how much is a turf football field? Every football program requires a field for practice and competition. And the cost of tending a traditional grass field can become a point of

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Which Tennis Court Surface Is Right for Your Facility?

If you play tennis regularly, you probably know which surfaces you prefer. But, as tennis court surfaces wear out, they require an increasing amount of maintenance. Racquet facilities, tennis clubs, and schools are faced with deciding whether to

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Running Track Construction Costs: Save Money on a Great Track

For many athletic and business directors of sports complexes, having a beautiful running track that surrounds the playing field is a dream. Running tracks are an investment, and like any investment, you want to know if it’s worth it or not. To

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    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