Auckland City Council Community Basketball Courts

Location icon New Zealand
Mapei NZ in conjunction with our trained Mapei TNS applicators 'Park-Life' and the Auckland City Council have recently completed a number of community basketball courts around the Auckland region. The requirement from the council was for a very hard wearing court surface that would not only provide resistance against hard skateboard and scooter wheels, but would also provide an excellent playing surface characterised by perfect bounce of the ball and safe, secure changes in direction for players. After evaluating all of the requirements from the stakeholders, the Mapecoat TNS Extreme was selected as the perfect solution. The Mapecoat TNS Extreme is a waterbased epoxy coating specifically designed for urban environments and is characterised by its very high level of resistance to traffic of all types and its high level of durability - all essential features when creating lanes, paths and sports courts for high use community environments. Great installation by Park- Life who are the experts at creating amazing spaces that keep communities fit and social.
Ref #: 24032020
Category: SPORT FACILITIES

Construction

Yard Community Basketball Courts
Location New Zealand
Subcategory CULTURAL CENTERSPORT CENTERSPORT FIELD
Application The courts were applied on to new green concrete with no DPM so Planiseal MR in two coats was used to provide a moisture barrier.
Start and finish date 2020
Application Type Solutions for sports flooring
Client Auckland City Council
Contractor company Park-Life
Installer companies Tim Endersby
Credits Petra Leary (Drone Photography)
MAPEI Coordination Scott Lacey
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Product used for the project

MAPECOAT TNS LINE

MAPECOAT TNS LINE

Acrylic resin-based paint in water dispersion for marking out indoor and…
External
New Construction : No
PLANISEAL MR

PLANISEAL MR

Two component water based epoxy primer and moisture barrier suitable for…
External
New Construction : No

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