Multi-court projects and sports surfaces
The gallery above shows some of the larger projects that we have carried out. Some of the project details are listed in the column on the right.
Temple Fortune Tennis Club, North London
The single green court was the first project that Anglia & Midland carried out for the club. For this court we reconstructed a shale court with 10mm short pile Tenniturf. For the block of three green courts, we replaced worn artificial grass with 15mm medium pile Tenniturf. Finally, the red and green courts are rebuilds of shale courts with Pladek.
Newnham Croft School, Cambridge
The picture in the gallery below was taken during construction. As you can see, our construction sites are extremely tidy. We have recently completed a tarmac surface for the school's new multi-use games area, and are now working on the playground area.
Courts for tennis clubs, schools and universities
Cambridge Lawn Tennis Club. We have now built, rebuilt or resurfaced many of the Club's hard courts. The three red and green courts are Pladek new build. The two green courts are Sporturf on rebuilt bases. Next to them, the three green courts are Sporturf, laid over repaired existing bases. On the top left, where there are two black courts, we have just lifted a worn-out carpet, and are about to lay Sporturf on them.
Orton Longueville School, Peterborough. Our work at the school involved taking four old tarmac courts that had originally been designed and installed with an unhelpful East-West orientation, which can cause players problems with sunlight. We re-orientated the courts for better play and extended the site. This involved converting the original installation to one consisting of two multi use games areas, each of which housed two tennis courts. We also added our own designed Amlight floodlighting, to ensure prolonged use of the courts.
King's College School, Cambridge. The larger sports area at the top of the picture is a three-court Tenniturf artificial grass multi-use games area. This was a very new installation on the day that the picture was taken - the tennis lines have only just been installed, and the sand had yet to be brushed. The single tennis court area was also built by Anglia & Midland, and we have resurfaced it since the photo was taken. We have also built a tennis court for the school in the bottom right hand corner of the picture.
En Tout Cas - The finest name in tennis court construction
Our tennis courts and sports surfaces are made and supplied by En Tout Cas - the original manufacturer of all-weather courts and sports surfaces. En Tout Cas was founded in 1909 and continues to be a byword for British-built quality and excellence.