Four-Tier Bleachers & Player’s Benches for a Private California Residence

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Jan 16, 2018 4:00:00 AM


Leading us across the expanse of the United States, one of our latest projects once again landed us in sunny California.

After completing work with Columbia College in Sonora, we were also contacted by an individual who had come across our products while searching online.  Browsing across multiple sites and suppliers, we were eventually directly contacted by the client who mentioned they were impressed with the quality of our products. While admitting that we were not necessarily the cheapest product on the market, we did, in their opinion, seem to have the highest-quality products.

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Topics: Bleachers, Players Benches, Our Work

Three Benefits of Using a Sport Systems Dealer 

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Jan 11, 2018 4:01:00 AM


We’ve spent a number of years working on our esteemed dealer system and have forged some of the strongest partnerships in our industry today. By combining our 40+ years of experience with established organizations around the world, we are able to create a comprehensive network of the highest quality services and products.

As the old saying goes, we are only as strong as our weakest link and trust us, there is nothing weak about this network of stellar businesses and the good people who run them. So what does this network have to offer your business, organization or municipality? Well, let’s go over a few of the main benefits of being backed by the strongest network in the athletic equipment and infrastructure industry.

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Topics: Dealers

A Customized Stand-Alone Press Box for Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School 

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Jan 9, 2018 5:54:57 AM


Built in 1967 and currently serving approximately 750 students, Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton, Ontario offers a variety of enriching programming. By offering students a safe, structured and nurturing environment, the school’s student body is able to truly develop to their full potential.

A member of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, the board serves over 49,000 students across over 100 schools in southern Ontario. Serving as home to the Bulldogs athletics department, the school supports a number of sports and athletics programs which is where our team was commissioned to help out.

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Topics: Press Boxes

Wall Padding for the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa’s Indoor Soccer Field

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Jan 4, 2018 4:02:00 AM


Established in 1923, the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa serves nearly 5,000 children between the ages of six and 18 in the greater Ottawa area. With an established team right here in our hometown, Ottawa’s Boys and Girls Club continues to give local children and youth a place where they can develop confidence and life skills while making friendships that last a lifetime.

The club operates seven locations across the Nation’s Capital with two locations in the west end, three in the east end, and two in the south region of the city.

In addition to the main clubhouses and satellite locations scattered across the city, the club also operates Camp Smitty in the town of Eganville in the picturesque Ottawa Valley.

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Topics: Our Work, Wall Padding

A Completely Enclosed Drone Testing Area for École de Technologie Supérieure

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Dec 28, 2017 6:17:00 AM


When it comes to developing the next generation of technical engineers in Canada, Montreal’s École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) is a market leader. Ranked as the number one engineering school in the province of Quebec and fourth across Canada for the total number of engineering diplomas awarded on an annual basis ÉTS is a leader in developing engineering talent.

Tracing its roots back into the mid-1970s, ÉTS is a practical institution accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board and is located in Montreal’s Griffintown neighbourhood.

Residing on the forefront of technology and innovation, the school reached out to our team in Montreal to discuss some unique needs for a program that involved rigorous testing of drones. With technology continuing to change the landscape and industry of these small, piloted aircraft, students at ÉTS were in need of an area indoors in which they could perform test flights and operations.

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Topics: Netting Barriers, Custom Padding, Our Work

Padding for Extreme Sports and Stunt Performers

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Dec 21, 2017 4:35:07 AM


When it comes to performing death-defying acts of acrobatics, combat or simply preparing for high-intensity actions, those involved operate with safety in mind. Whether it be training for martial arts or a scene in an upcoming Hollywood blockbuster, practitioners and performers alike require the proper tools to perform.

While their equipment is certainly not limited to padding, it is a big part of what they utilize in training for specific movements and actions. What might come as a surprise to some is, in addition to serving the athletic market, we supply a great deal of custom padding to this particular group, many of which work in the film industry.

How to determine the proper padding solution is usually the first question that is asked by potential customers in this physical industry. With that in mind, here are the main types of mats used by stunt professionals but we are often tasked with providing custom solutions as well.

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Custom Padded Room for Newark’s Ivy Hill Elementary

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Dec 19, 2017 3:54:00 AM


Dedicated to providing every child with the very best in educational opportunities, Ivy Hill Elementary School in Newark, New Jersey is making good on their goal to develop their student body into successful members of the community.

Located in the upper West Ward of Newark, Ivy Hill serves over 570 students across grades PreK3 to grade eight. Occupying the former location of Vailsburg Middle School, Ivy Hill is celebrating 10 years of operation after opening their doors in the fall of 2007. As a result of school reorganization efforts in Newark, which saw a shift away from the middle school model, the school today is fully integrated and aims to prepare students for high school and beyond within the boundaries of their historic location.

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Topics: Custom Padding, Our Work

New Wall Padding for Village Babies Childcare Center

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Dec 13, 2017 6:04:16 AM


As one of New York City’s largest commuter towns, the need for a quality childcare facility in South Orange, New Jersey is something Dana Kearney noticed early on. Beginning with a babysitting service operated from her home, Kearney used her fifteen years of nursing experience to provide the best care possible for her children and the children of others in the community.

As her business grew over the years, she outgrew her small home-based business, registered an LLC and created what is now known as Village Babies Development Center. With a spacious facility, Kearney’s business now offers not only care to children between the ages of six weeks and five years of age, but a variety of learning programs for children in each age category.

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Topics: Our Work, Wall Padding, Padded Rooms, column padding

Keep It In Play with our Portable Boundary Systems

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Dec 7, 2017 6:57:19 AM

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When it comes to creating a barrier that is safe for players and one that can keep the game contained, solutions vary. From netting to fencing products, there is no shortage of options on the market today that can keep pucks, balls and players inside a pre-determined field of play.

With a rise in organized street hockey tournaments, backyard games and other events, the need for a safe alternative to rigid fence barriers is now more apparent than ever. As parents, organizers and players aim to keep play as safe as possible, many have entered into the foray of custom padding barriers for their facility or event.

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Topics: Custom Padding, Rink Divider Pads, Custom Barriers

Two 10-Row Bleachers for the Town of Ajax

Posted by Ryan Wilby

Dec 5, 2017 7:06:25 AM


Named after the World War II Royal Navy cruiser the HMS Ajax, the town of Ajax, Ontario lies along the shores of Lake Ontario. Acting as an anchor for the eastern portion of the Greater Toronto Area, many of the area’s residents commute daily to the great City of Toronto.

In the spring of 2017, the Town of Ajax released a public tender to equip their new sport field at the Audley Recreation Centre. Located in the north end of town, the complex is one of the main hubs for community sports in Ajax. The centre boasts two swimming pools, a full-size gymnasium, community room with teaching kitchen, preschool room and a fitness and dance studio. Moving outdoors, Ajax residents enjoy the centre’s splash pad, skate park, tennis courts, basketball courts and inclusive playground space.

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Topics: Bleachers, Our Work

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