Burnie Tennis Centre
This upgrade saw the installation of the Mapecoat TNS Cushioned multi-layered acrylic resin system, with its unique water dispersion properties, on the Burnie Tennis Club’s 11 tennis courts and 4 Hot Shot tennis courts.
Completed in the ‘Australian Open’ blues the upgrade was welcomed by executives from the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), the International Tennis Federation (ITF), Tennis Australia, the Club, players and officials of the tournament
For Tuff Turf it was a significant step in the right direction to competing in the main arena of tennis within Australia and show casing the Mapecoat TNS Cushioned system.
Part of the growth of Tuff Turf’s diversity has not only been to secure tennis courts and multipurpose courts around Australia but to also attain prestige projects such as the ‘Burnie Tennis Club’.
The Burnie City Council Mayor Anita Dow commented that, “The courts look fantastic. The contractors have put in an incredible effort to get the job done within the very tight time frames that we had, especially given the fact the weather was not always on our side.”
‘Tuff Turf’ completed a total of 11 full size tennis courts and 4 half size Hot Shot tennis courts using this Mapecoat TNS Cushion System with outstanding results. When Mapecoat TNS Cushion is applied on surfaces it forms a semi-elastic playing surface that has excellent playing comfort and performance characteristics such as perfect bounce of the ball, quick, safe change in direction and an excellent compromise between balance and slide for players.
Here Are More Turf & Surface Installations
We’ve installed synthetic turf and surfaces for some of the largest and most complicated projects in Australia.
Here are some of them:
Burnie Tennis Club now features 11 tennis courts and 4 Hot Shot tennis courts
The 2017 ATP Burnie International Tennis Tournament was a huge sporting spectacle for the tennis fans worldwide.
The Shepparton Sports Precinct expands with FIH Certified surfaces
The Goulburn Valley Hockey Club is now playing on the new HF13 Hybrid synthetic grass system.
Overnewton Anglican Community College replaces asphalt with multi-sport court area
Includes design and construction of the sub-base and base, drainage, a multi-sport surface, and sporting accessories.
The re-constructed Woodriff Gardens Tennis Complex rivals surfaces of the Australian Open
The re-construction of the Woodriff Gardens Tennis Complex secured the future of elite tennis competitions for the club.