Multi-use sports halls
We work with many leisure organisations to create incredible spaces that can offer a varied programme of different sports throughout the year from badminton and basketball to gymnastics and judo. Our fixed and telescopic domes offer ample height for all activities and are fully bespoke to suit the space available.
We can also act as principal contractor for your sports hall projects, preparing the groundwork and surfacing that would suit a range of activities as well as installing changing rooms, optimum lighting and equipment.
Netball is thriving in England right now thanks to the surge of the Superleague and the National teams’ successes and the sport as a whole has seen a 44% increase in participation at grass roots level. The equivalent mens game, Nets is also gaining momentum and with the stereotypes of it only being for girls breaking down, mixed netball is also becoming increasingly popular among professionals wanting to get involved in team sport after work.
There is a bigger need for indoor facilities that can allow play to continue into the night, on a dry court and unaffected by the elements outside. During the day, natural light permeates through the transluscent cover and retractable curtains along the sides can offer plenty of natural ventilation when the weather outside is favourable.
Badminton is typically played indoors because wind can affect the flight of the shuttlecock, which has a ‘skirt’ made from feathers or plastic attached to a cork or foam base to create drag in the air. Multi use sports halls are the ideal environment for badminton and can typically accommodate a series of courts to enable lots of people to play at the same time.
2.4million people in the UK play indoor sports on a regular basis and badminton is reportedly the 4th most popular participation sport here, no doubt thanks to its inclusive nature as it can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
Thanks to the sport’s street cred, basketball’s uptake is growing, particularly among younger people and community leisure clubs are finding that by making this sport accessible, they are able to broaden their membership appeal and attract a new demographic, particularly one that would be more open to play later in the evening.
SAPCA are the recognised trade association for the sports and play construction industry in the UK. All SAPCA members go through a strict checking process:
- Strict Admission Criteria
- Standards of Construction
- Code of Professional Conduct
- Technical Mediation
View our listing on the SAPCA website.
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We work with many schools and lesiure organisations across the UK to create incredible spaces to play in all year round