ATT Sports entered rarefied air earlier this year when it became one of the only companies in the country with two Certified Track Builders on staff. Chief Estimator, Darren Anderson, earned the illustrious distinction and joined ATT Sports President Tony Cunningham as a CTB, as recognized by the American Sports Builders Association. Those wishing to…Read more
Our crews are in demand!
At ATT Sports, we know our crews are what make us special. The experience and expertise gained through hundreds of successful projects makes our installers some of the most respected in the industry. And now we are proud to say, that reputation spans the world over. This winter, three of our experienced installers were asked…Read more
Designing a track? Some things to consider
Designing a high school stadium is a special opportunity, and paying attention to certain details when considering how the track is planned can make a big difference in the lifespan and overall quality of the project. Red, black or blue. The allure of exotic colors matching a school’s scheme can be great, but there are…Read more
Encapsulated vs. Embedded, which is right for your track?
To encapsulate or not to encapsulate, that is the question. When it comes to track surfacing, encapsulation is an option worth considering for any project that includes a wearing course with thrown rubber granules. Encapsulation is an added coat, sprayed on top of the track surface that locks the granules into place. The advantages include…Read more
Track building 101
Building a track is so much more than dropping some rubber and painting in the lanes. It’s a careful, multi-faceted process involving skilled craftsmen, careful measurements and incredible attention to detail. It’s a process ATT Sports crews have perfected over decades of combined experience, and one that’s overseen by a Certified Track Builder, recognized by…Read more