17th Nov 2020
S&C Slatter are pleased to announce our new partnership with world leading athletics track manufacturer Beynon Sports, part of the Tarkett Sports Group.
This exclusive partnership for athletics track construction in England & Wales demonstrates our commitment to constructing world-class sporting facilities in partnership with the very best sports surface producers.
The partnership further cements our relationship with Tarkett Sports, parent company of both Beynon and leading artificial turf producers FieldTurf, with whom we have the same exclusive partnership in England & Wales.
With over 7,500 installations in the last 40 years, Beynon Sports is the leading manufacturer of Class I World Athletics Certified Surfaces in the United States and showcases over 40 Class II World Athletics Certified Facilities in 18 countries.
Combined with S&C Slatter’s 30 years of expertise in the design, construction and maintenance of first-class sports facilities, the partnership marks an exciting move for both companies within the European sports construction industry.
John Beynon, President of Beynon Sports, commented:
“We’re truly excited by the opportunities that this partnership can offer. I’m confident that together, we can deliver projects of elite magnitude. Working with a team that is as dedicated to performance and quality as we are was essential, and I thrilled with the relationship we have with the entire team at S&C Slatter.”
Beynon tracks have been the surface of choice for major athletics events, including:
The partnership is already off to a flying start, with S&C Slatter and Beynon Sports recently commencing work on two new athletics track and field facilities in a prestigious project that marks Beynon’s first major installation in Western Europe.
Jason Douglass, S&C Slatter Group Director, commented:
“Following the success of our continuing partnership with FieldTurf, we’re delighted to partner with fellow Tarkett Sports company Beynon, bringing North America’s most prestigious and successful athletics track manufacturer to Western Europe for the first time.”