Contemporary trends in sport and fitness flooring focus on greater flexibility, increased safety and comfort, smaller carbon footprint, higher aesthetic appeal, and enhanced personality.
The newly renovated indoor track at Proviso West High School in Hillside, IL., is completed! Back in September, the board allocated $708,605 to hire Kiefer USA to replace the track. The old track and now the new track is Mondo. We are…
The secret to successful pool maintenance is regular, routine care. Here are some essential swimming pool maintenance tips to help you take proper care of your indoor swimming facility and ensure the comfort and safety of those using the pool.
Sports facility design today is also influenced by compliance issues, safety and liability concerns, and economic realities. Yet, greener, multi-purpose courts with higher artistic appeal and spectator comfort are the biggest contemporary trends in basketball complex design.
Northwestern University opened the doors of the new Welsh-Ryan Arena, following its complete renovation into a world-class sports facility.
Despite the many advantages of outdoor sports facilities, such as space and natural light, indoor complexes offer more efficient sports playing solutions – people don’t have to skip games because of the weather and can play comfortably in a safe, climate-controlled environment.
Let’s take a look at some of the greatest benefits of indoor sports facilities and find out why they can be a better option than outdoor arenas.
The Carver Center is back and better than ever! Kiefer USA installed all new Connor Wood Flooring in the Carver Center at Augustana College in August of this year. Watch the time lapse video of the install.
Memorial Stadium at Argo High School in Summit, IL had its turf replaced over the summer with the revolutionary Mondo Turf FTS system. Kiefer USA installed the 4NX Monofilament Fiber along with a 14mm pad, and Ecofill infill. The center…
Sports facilities make no exception – floodwaters can be devastating to school gymnasiums, field houses, athletic arenas, and other sports centers. Even a relatively small amount of water from broken pipes, malfunctioning sprinklers, or leaky roofs can cause severe water damage to a sports floor, but flooding is sure to warrant extensive repairs or replacement. So, what should school administrators and facility owners do if their sports floors get flooded? How can they get their facilities back up and running shortly after the disaster?
Set to reopen for youth and adult sports in September, venue will be home to largest indoor track in continental U.S. It once was home to NBA and NHL teams, and it has hosted an NCAA Final Four and a…