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Blog: Running Tracks

Polyurethane Track Respray: What to Know

Maintaining your high school’s running track is key for athletic success. Roughly five years after the installation of your running track, your base-mat spray system will require a fresh application of 1C polyurethane artificial track spray.

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Blog: Running Tracks

Why You Should Hire a Certified Track Builder

The first step to creating the perfect running track for your high school is to get an expert opinion. Whether it’s an indoor or outdoor track, a properly certified builder will be able to direct you towards the best materials to choose and

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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, workout 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 that

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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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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