Your Court Base Can Be Tailored To Suit Your Specific Needs, Whether Residential Or Commercial.
All Sport Projects Have Experience Designing & Building The Longest Lasting, Highest Performing Bases For Your Project.
court base options
Choosing the right base to suit your specific needs is an important part of the court design process.
We will help you choose the right base, and ensure your base is installed perfectly in a suitable fashion for use with a sports court. Unlike regular concreting companies, our team have extensive experience laying bases that are specifically designed for use in high quality, long lasting sporting court applications.
All our Roadbase Courts are fully engineered & designed to suit conditions throughout Australia, giving you peace of mind when choosing it as your base.
The main reason Roadbase isn’t every court builders’ choice, is because it is not the easiest to install. Many other builders struggle with the installation roadbase . Over 35 years we have significant experience installing this base, giving you a softer playing surface and less stress on your body.
For both residential and commercial projects, Roadbase is also very easy to repair, and the most cost effective to fix should damage occur to your court.
Concrete bases are the most popular for a range of outdoor sporting courts in Australia. They are fast and easy to install, and are very long lasting and hard wearing.
They’re the most popular type of base for sports courts in Australia and offer great value (affordability; longevity; reliability; durability.)
With such a hard surface they offer predictable play, although are less forgiving than the softer Roadbase alternative. Your concrete court will be durable and last for approximately 25 years.
Asphalt / Bitumen
For low traffic courts with limited budgets, selecting an asphalt base can offer substantial upfront savings due to reduced build cost.
Asphalt offers a soft and flexible playing experience, and is easy to maintain. All Sport Projects has experience designing asphalt bases using premium grade materials, with appropriate drainage to ensure a stable surface for a longer lasting court with minimal maintenance.
Asphalt is a cost efficient court surfacing solution for sports facilities, homes, parks and schools.
why build with
all sport projects?
All Sport Projects Design, Engineer, & Manufacture Locally On The Gold Coast.
The ASP Process
Your project will be delivered on time and on budget thanks to our proprietary process, developed over 30 years of sporting court construction.
Direct Point Of Contact
You will be looked after by your own project manager, who will provide you with regular updates and communication to ensure your build progresses smoothly.
After Sales Service
Your court maintenance is looked after by All Sport Projects – so you never have to deal with manufacturers or contractors to keep your court in good shape.
frequently asked questions
This is quite often not required, we will send you an email requesting information relating to your requirements. This can be for new courts or Refurbing an old courts. If you can provide Photos and a scope of works required, we will provide you a quotation. The quotation is based on a Class S or M soil report and a level base. For difficult sites a Site inspection is imperative upfront and we strongly recommend a site inspection where possible to confirm costing pre completion of any contract.
Generally we can provide a quotation within 48 hours or with more complicated projects allow a week.
The size of a court can vary quite considerably based on available area to Budget. All sports courts have specified play areas as defined by the sport, but the surround run off area can vary. For example the lines for a tennis court are 23.77 x 10.97m but with runoff a small court range is 30 x 15m to a club Court size of 34.8 x 17.1 to a Stadium Court size of 36.6 x 18.3m.
Depending on the base and surface finish, the court construction period will range from 4 to 8 weeks in general.
The type of surfaces available will often depend on what your court base is constructed of. The surfacing range varies from highly durable acrylic sports paint to synthetic grass and multilayered cushion systems.
This is dependant on your needs / ground conditions / Budget etc: Generally speaking a concrete slab that is built to suit the soil classification is the most versatile and long lasting. Alternatively a road Base slab built again to suit the ground conditions is a cost effective and suitable base for a syn grass base. It is essential that there are no Scrubs / Trees within a 5m radius of the court unless there is a suitable root barrier system placed around the court perimeter, or roots will grow under the synthetic grass surface. Asphalt / Bitumen is also another reasonably cost effective alternative but if placing a Acrylic surface to the court shrinkage cracks can appear due the nature of the product, as it expands and contracts with weather conditions.
Yes this is essential as the ground conditions will be critical in the Engineers specifications.
It is very important that there is a taper over the court of approx 1% to ensure water does not stay on the court.
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