It’s Best You Don’t Throw Caution To The Wind

It’s Best You Don’t Throw Caution To The Wind

Windy weather can be the most frustrating conditions to play padel in as it affects two of the most important parts of the game – the lob and the overheads, particularly if the ball is lofted above the height of the glass. To be fair, any adverse conditions can...
September Project Update

September Project Update

September has always been one of our busiest months for jobs and enquiries in the industrial sector.  Many of our clients are keen to schedule in the manufacturing and installation of their structure ahead of the winter months so that business can continue to operate...
CopriSystems & Italian Padel

CopriSystems & Italian Padel

As sports enthusiasts, we have all been drawn into playing padel and are fascinated by the rate at which its popularity is growing.  As sports construction experts, we are excited to be involved in the development of facilities working alongside our partners,...
Levelling The Playing Field

Levelling The Playing Field

Research carried out by the Department for Education has demonstrated that the school holidays can be pressure points for some families.  Children from low-income households in particular are less likely to have access to organised out-of-school activities. ...
The Wimbledon Roof Remains a Slippery Topic

The Wimbledon Roof Remains a Slippery Topic

No sooner did Wimbledon start than the British summer decided to press pause.  We should have known better than to get too comfortable with the sun’s rays because the reality is that the championships have only ever recorded eight years without a rain interruption...
Permission to Padel

Permission to Padel

The British media may lead you to believe that padel is already dominating the UK’s sporting landscape.  Despite this mainstream media narrative of padel being “the next big thing” – alongside images of David Beckham or Christiano Ronaldo playing – it is...