American Sports Builders Association ASBA is the centralized source for information on tennis courts, running tracks, fields, and indoor sports facilities.

American Sports Builders Association ASBA is the centralized source for information on tennis courts, running tracks, fields, and indoor sports facilities.

Presentations from the Technical Meeting December 6-10, 2013 in San Antonio, TX

Note: These presentation materials represent the opinions of the presenters, and are not necessarily the opinion of the ASBA. The choice of construction materials and methods varies widely depending on such factors as topography, drainage, weather, soil type, anticipated use, and other factors. Users should consult a qualified contractor or design professional before employing any of the construction methods or materials demonstrated in these presentations. No construction material or equipment is endorsed or approved by the ASBA.

Concurrent Sessions 1

1A – Tennis – Asphalt Pulverization & Cement Stabilization
Adam Fryor, CTCB, Court One, Inc.; Gerry Wright, CTCB, Court One, Inc.
Presentation – PDF

1B – Track – Certification of Tracks
David Clapp, CTB, CTCB, Baseline Sports Construction
Presentation – PDF

1C – Fields – Athletic Field Drainage Concepts
Andy McNitt, Penn State University
Presentation – PDF

1E – General – Lien Rights
David Pettit, Feil, Pettit, Williams, PLC; Dan Wright, CFB, Sports Turf Company
Presentation – PDF

Concurrent Sessions 2

2A – Tennis – Acrylic & Sand: Mixing, Design, Procedures & Pace Rating
Jeff Gearhart, SportMaster Sport Surfaces; Tom Hinding, Hinding Tennis Courts; Art Tucker, California Products
Presentation – PDF

2B – Track – Concrete Substrates for Track Surfaces
Todd Smith, PE, Academy Sports
Presentation – PDF

2C – Fields – Synthetic Turf Performance Issues
John Amato, JJA Sports
Presentation – PDF

2D – Indoor – Concrete Moisture Testing
William Thornton, Trakett Sports
Presentation – PDF

2E – General – Snapshot of Software Integration in Sports Construction
Troy Rudolph, CTB, Sunland Sports
Presentation – PDF

Concurrent Sessions 3

3A – Tennis – Post Tension Concrete Overlays
Ben Brooks, PE, Patriot Court Systems; Richard Zaino, CTCB, Zaino Tennis Courts
Presentation – PDF

3B – Track – Principles of Track & Field Facility Layout
Bill Seymour, PE, Gale Associates
Presentation – PDF

Concurrent Sessions 4

4B – Track – Synthetic Surfaces 101
Kristoff Eldridge, CTB, Cape & Island Tennis & Track; Paul Nagle, CTB, Nagle Athletic Surfaces
Presentation – PDF

4C – Fields – Soil Stabilization
David Been, Terracon
Presentation – PDF

4D – Indoor – Construction Projects – From Inception to Completion
Rich Johnson, Covington Flooring
Presentation – PDF

4E – General – Liability Related to Injuries on Sports Facilities
David Pettit, Feil, Pettit, Williams, PLC
Presentation – PDF

Concurrent Sessions 5

5B – Track – Indoor Tracks
Don Smith, CTB, Don Smith, CTB, LLC
Presentation – PDF

5C – Fields – Underlayments
Isabel Wright, Armacell
Presentation – PDF

Concurrent Sessions 6

6C – Fields – Lease/Leaseback Project Delivery Method
Mark Bginski, Verde Design; James Moore, Robert A. Bothman
Presentation – PDF

Concurrent Sessions 7

7C – Fields – Preparing for & Taking the Certified Field Builder Exam
Bill Pronevitch, CFB, CTB, Sports Turf Company
Presentation – PDF


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