3G Sports Pitch Construction at Chelmsford’s Great Baddow High School

The opportunity to support Great Baddow High School children’s education and physical health via a 3G Sports Pitch Construction at their school and the delight expressed by both teachers and children once a project is completed never fails to fill our team at ETC Sports with incredible joy and pride over a job well done.

We subsequently proudly report the completion and opening of a 3G Sports Pitch Construction for Great Baddow High School, a Sixth Form, Science and Specialist Sports College for 11 to 18 year old students, in Chelmsford.

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Posted: January 25, 2016 @ 10:57 am

Boosting sports opportunities for Alleyn Court Preparatory School

Here at ETC Sports we always love to witness a client’s delight at their brand new MUGA Construction. In particular, nothing makes us happier than being able to support Alleyn Court Preparatory School children’s physical health and education by equipping their school with a MUGA that will serve them for decades to come.

That’s why we’re so proud to have completed a fabulous, fun and fully functional Multi Use Games Area for Alleyn Court Preparatory School, a co-educational school for pupils aged from 2 to 11 years. The school prides itself on the provision of excellent sporting opportunities. Its numerous facilities include football, rugby, hockey, cricket and athletics – and now, with our help, it has added state-of-the-art new tennis and netball pitches to its portfolio.

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Posted: January 12, 2016 @ 4:50 pm

ETC Sports breathes new life into Greenwood Park Lawn Tennis Club tennis court surfaces

Britain’s passion for tennis has been enhanced in recent years by Andy Murray’s Olympic Games success, and ETC Sports is proud to be at the forefront of tennis court construction and resurfacing. Recently, we have been delighted to work with Greenwood Park Lawn Tennis Club to fully resurface three of their flagship courts for the benefit of local residents, who have responded to the new facilities with huge enthusiasm.

The brief was to resurface the three courts with Playrite Matchplay II carpet, an artificial sports grass surface that offers a hardwearing alternative to natural grass for all year round play. Works started on the 3rd March 2014 and were completed by July 2014 – an impressive turnaround for a large contract of this kind!

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Posted: January 7, 2016 @ 3:58 pm

Transforming Sweyne Park School with an all weather pitch construction

One of ETC Sports first full size all weather pitches was constructed back in 2006 at Sweyne Park School. The project was tendered out through The Livemore Partnership and after going through the tender process, ETC Sports was awarded the project and were delighted to help transform a grass field into a fantastic facility.

The synthetic pitch is a sand-filled surface and can be used for multiple sports including football, hockey & tennis.

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Posted: August 6, 2015 @ 2:18 pm

Revolutionising Voyager Academy with brand new sports facilities

We had the pleasure of working alongside Bouygues UK on a massive project that took place at The Voyager Academy in Peterborough. The Voyager Academy is another project undertaken from Bouygues UK which is a part of the Peterborough Project for Schools.

The Peterborough Project for Schools included another two schools, Jack Hunt School & Ken Stimpson School where we have also worked alongside Bouygues UK to build multi-sport areas.

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Posted: August 6, 2015 @ 2:18 pm

ETC Sports Surfaces complete MUGA Pitch Construction at Barrow Hills School in Surrey

In 2008 ETC Sports Surfaces completed the construction of a brand new Artificial Grass Sand-Filled MUGA Pitch Construction at Barrow Hills School, Surrey. Despite being limited to space, we were able to complete the works on time and within budget.

As the acting building surveyors, Synergy LLP (formerly known as CM Parker Browne) ensured that ETC Sports guaranteed a project which fulfilled the needs of the school as well as meeting health & safety requirements. Synergy were also responsible for making sure that the construction works met the standards set by The Sports & Play Construction Association (SAPCA) as well as other govering bodies.

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Posted: August 6, 2015 @ 2:18 pm