Our netball and tennis court construction case studies highlight a selection of projects involving the design and construction of playing courts delivered for schools, universities and leisure operators. These examples encompass a variety of surfaces and layout designs – selected to fulfil each individual client’s needs.
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We deliver netball and tennis court construction with a variety of surfaces, chosen to suit your requirements. Whether macadam, polymeric, sand-dressed or Gen 2, your playing court will be designed to meet your brief specification and objectives.
With tennis and netball courts commonly combined to best utilise space for sport, you may also see them referred to as multi-use games areas (MUGAs). When constructed for such purposes, your surface can be designed to suit the play of additional sports.
Our netball and tennis court construction case studies show how we use our design experience to maximise available space, delivering both sports (or more) to a high standard in one location.
We’ve worked with a number of clients who have made the move to co-educational learning and seek to improve their existing facilities to accommodate new students.
This may be the refurbishment of existing tennis courts for multi-use provision, or the construction of new courts altogether.
Below you’ll find a selection of tennis and netball court construction case studies, showcasing the variety of courts we have delivered for our clients.
Learn more about netball and tennis court construction, refurbishment and costs on our dedicated MUGA page.
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