The American Sports Builders Association said it best: "You have a CPA do your taxes. You wouldn't dream of having a doctor who wasn't board-certified. So, why aren't you looking for the same level of confidence in the person who builds or renovates your sports venues?" | Elite Sports Builders
Arizona Contractor & Community Magazine unearths the pressing story behind the Elite Sports team's "sprint to the finish" during their latest multi-facility build for Scottsdale Unified School District. | Elite Sports Builders
The ASBA presented its highest honors of 2017 at the recent Technical Meeting when it recognized the winners of its annual awards, including honoree Elite Sports Builders for a Distinguished Single Field Facility at Grand Canyon University.
Elite Sports Builders is proud to have had an opportunity to support Hayden Larkin of Boy Scout Troop 194 in the creation of his Eagle Project which set out to build a training course for dogs that are rescued and rehabilitated as service animals or therapy companions through local nonprofit, Soldier's Best Friend.
Last month, Elite Sports Builders partnered with the City of Glendale and the NCAA to create a totally unique basketball complex in celebration of the NCAA Final Four Tournament being hosted by the City of Glendale.
The Elite Sports Builders team is honored to have been awarded the 2016 Distinguished Outdoor Track Facility by the American Sports Builders Association for the construction of Phoenix's Notre Dame Preparatory Academy.
Each year, the ASBA selects outstanding tennis facilities that meet the standard of excellence in design and construction determined by the judging committee. For 2015, the panel of judges deemed 12 courts or facilities to be worthy of special recognition, but only three of those winners were chosen for “Outstanding” honors.
When Troy Rudolph, president of Elite Sports Builders, started his term as ASBA’s Track Division President at the conclusion of the recent Technical Meeting, he did so as the first Triple Certified member in the history of the Association, holding not only a CTCB and CTB but a CFB credential.