Sports Construction Resources for Clients
Building or upgrading your athletics facility is a big investment. There are so many things to learn, and you’ll need reliable information to move from hiring a contractor and planning to deciding on the services you require. To help, American Athletic Track and Turf offers a collection of resources for current and future clients.
Smart Start Tool Box
Whether this will be your first field turf installation or you’re upgrading and need information about tennis court resurfacing, our Smart Start Tool Box is the right place to begin. Here you’ll find articles, whitepapers, videos, checklists, and more to help you confidently proceed with your athletic track design, artificial turf installation, tennis court construction, and maintenance projects.
Learn how to get started on your athletic track design project with information on accurately assessing the condition of your facility, bidding, and more. This section of the tool box also includes a review of several of our processes, including laser-controlled asphalt paving and polyurethane track respraying. Check out our enhanced warranties and Beynon Sports Surfaces product information, and see why it’s crucial to hire an American Sports Builder’s Association (ASBA) Certified Track Builder for your installation and repairs.
Synthetic turf offers a cost-effective, easy-to-care-for alternative to natural grass playing fields. Before beginning your artificial turf installation project, be sure to review our comprehensive guide to artificial turf, as well as contractor qualifying information for a successful bid. There’s also information on hiring the right contractor and plenty of details on the high-quality AlturnaMATS we use.
Kick off your tennis court construction planning with a quick guide to the basics of court creation. We’ve also provided details about the bidding qualifications that help ensure you find the best fit for your project. If you’re seeking tennis court resurfacing or repair, an explanation of our remediation levels can help clarify the services you’ll find most beneficial. Details on our tennis court warranties will give you further peace of mind as you proceed, and information on Nova Sports USA acrylic surfaces and RiteWay tennis court crack repair can help you better understand these options.
News, Events, and Blog
The American Athletic Track and Turf blog is your best source for tips, tricks, and expert insights. We cover a broad range of topics in tennis court, running track, and sports field design, construction, and maintenance to provide an insider view on the sports construction industry. You’ll also find all the latest news and details on events, making it easy to catch up with our team.
Your Source for Quality Sports Construction and Maintenance Services
Founded in 1983, American Athletic Track and Turf brings a passion for sports construction and quality service to every project. We leverage the latest technology and the best design innovations to build tennis courts, running tracks, and artificial turf fields that exceed all expectations.
As a vertically integrated company, we perform all services from start to finish, so every installation and repair is guided by ASBA Certified Track Builders and Field Builders and a team offering more than 150 years of combined experience. From laser-guided grading and complex drainage systems to landscaping, lighting, bleachers, and more, we ensure all our work delivers performance, safety, and longevity.
Learn More about East Coast Sports Construction Resources
As award-winning sports construction experts, American Athletic Track and Turf has been nationally recognized by the ASBA twelve times. When you work with us, you can trust your project will be completed with a focus on value for facility owners, athletes, and stakeholders throughout New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern Massachusetts, Delaware, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Florida, and Maine. Contact us today for a free quote or call 1-800-427-5705 to speak with a qualified salesman. We’ll schedule an expert site assessment and answer any questions you may have about the construction process.
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