There are many acceptable track and field event surfaces for the sport.? It all depends on your goals.? That’s why our clients find us to be the?best consultants?when it comes time to design a new track surface or remodel the current track.? We listen to your goals, we make recommendations and observations based on?decades of experience with track and field and we build quality solutions that you will be happy with for decades to come.
Our people are experts, our installers are quality craftsmen and we have local offices throughout the country to be there for you 24/7, when you need us most.? Schools, colleges, universities, professional sports teams, community recreation centers and private sports facilities have relied on us since 1949 to do the right thing for them.? Whether you want a safe track surface, the fastest track surface, the most durable, the least expensive or the best all around for multi purpose play, we can help.
Poured urethane surfaces are good choices for indoor and outdoor tracks.? They are the most durable indoor surface with the lowest life cycle cost and widest flexibility for track events and multi purpose use in field houses, gymnasiums and community rec centers.? Urethane tracks can be designed to provide the best resiliency to reduce athlete injury and muscle fatigue.? They make great practice facility surfaces as a result.? Today’s urethane products are spike proof and can be used for competitive events.? One of the great features of urethane floors is their useful life.? Unlike rubber tracks which need to be replaced every 10 years or so, urethane floors never wear out.? When the playing surface fatigues after ten years or so, the floor is simply renewed with a fresh layer of urethane like a fresh coat of paint on a wall?or refinishing your wood floors at home.? While rubber is filling dumpsters, the old urethane remains a strong bond and subfloor?base for the new coat of urethane.
Rubber tracks are a good choice for a fast track because they have the most positive grip?surface options.? Rubber tracks are harder to clean than urethane flooring?particularly with?aggressive rubber tread designs.