This video above showcases one of our more recent projects at a school in Wycombe, UK. The first day of work for this job involved marking out the existing area, removing the area of the grass needed to install the new surface and pit, installing edging on the side of the pit to ensure that no grass can get through to the facility, and then finally digging the sand pit area.
On the second day we began to fill the sand pit with the sand, and then create an edging for the sand pit to prevent any leaves or grass from making their way onto the facility. To learn more about the construction process involved when installing a long jump athletics facility, take a look at this link: http://www.sportsandsafetysurfaces.co.uk/athletics/long-jump/construction/
On the final day of the installation, we completed the job installing the multisport synthetic runway for the long jump. Long jump surfacing can be requested in a variety of colours and specifications to match your establishment, and it is important to take this into consideration before having the facility installed.
Our long jump runways can be an excellent addition to schools, colleges, sports clubs, leisure centres and many more establishments, as they provide individuals with the chance to utilise a high quality, professional facility in order to maintain high levels of fitness whilst improving at the sport.
We hope you enjoyed this project, and make sure to check out our other Behance work to view and learn more about a wide range of jobs we have carried out across the United Kingdom.