Sample Tennis Court Evaluation And Maintenance Program Report

Fred Kolkmann Tennis & Sports Surfaces, LLC provides unique Tennis Court Evaluation and Maintenance Program services (TCEMP) to help court owners get the best value from their tennis court investments.  TCEMPs help you identify and apply proper maintenance activities for your tennis court, protecting and extending its service life.  Results of your TCEMP field evaluation and analysis help you to be proactive, set budgets and smart court maintenance priorities, and plan systematically for future tennis court maintenance expenses.  Examine the Sample Report screen shots below:

Tennis Court Design, Construction, Maintenance, Repair, and Restoration Links | How to Keep Your Tennis Court(s) in Playable Condition – This free Special Report provides relevant information for helping you to maintain your court(s) in playable condition, including information on routine and preventative tennis court maintenance practices, tennis court evaluation and maintenance programs (TCEMP) and tennis court repair, renovation, and reconstruction.

To help homeowners, municipalities, and developers of public and private tennis projects save time and maximize the effectiveness of their web research about tennis court design, evaluation, construction, maintenance, repair, and restoration, Fred Kolkmann Tennis & Sports Surfaces, LLC has developed this useful link listing of online tennis court resources. | AMERICAN SPORTS BUILDERS ASSOCIATION (ASBA) – The ASBA web site provides a centralized source for tennis courts, running tracks, and indoor sports facilities information, including an excellent Buyer’s Guide for Tennis Court Construction, which includes guidelines for defining the project, working with a consultant, developing a budget, selecting a site, hiring a qualified contractor, picking a court surface, developing working specifications, and selecting court amenities and accessories.  The site also provides information and diagrams about tennis court dimensions and related measurements, tennis court orientation, and tennis court construction guidelines, including a useful tennis court surface comparison chart (section II.C) and guidelines for clay courts, fast dry courts, hot mix asphalt courts, post-tensioned concrete courts, and reinforced concrete courts. | NATIONAL RECREATION AND PARK ASSOCIATION (NRPA)
NRPA is an advocacy organization dedicated to the advancement of public parks and recreation opportunities.  It partners with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) in an initiative – Tennis in the Parks (TIP) – providing resources and support to communities committed to growing and improving tennis programs and infrastructure. | THE BIG SERVE – Working to insure the growth and maintenance of community tennis facilities and programming are top priorities, this USTA initiative helps local tennis advocates harness public support and resources to expand the availability and quality of tennis facilities and tennis programming in their communities.  Groups seeking financial assistance for the maintenance or construction of community tennis courts will find a wealth of information on the site, including online forms for applying for a USTA Facility Funding Grant. | The Official Website of the United States Tennis Association, this site is packed with information for new court owners, established tennis players, coaches, parents, tennis advocates, and public and private facility managers, including information on QuickStart Tennis, a new tennis format designed to help children ten and under learn and play the game.


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1921 Mayfair Road
Grafton, WI 53024
Ph: 262.685.7507