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Tennis Court Construction Method

The construction of your tennis court sub base and base is a civil engineering project; therefore there are several long established engineering principals that should be followed particularly pertaining to soil compaction, drainage and consequential stability. You may wish to consult a qualified civil engineer at this stage to gain further instructions specific to your site.

Sports Contractors Association of Australia has a printed set of construction guidelines that set out minimum standards of construction. This can be obtained from your local State Office.

The Cement and Concrete Association similarly prints standard minimum specification. i.e.; a minimum of 100mm of concrete reinforced with welded reinforcing mesh correctly placed on 'bar chairs' to gain maximum strength.

Do not deviate from time proven methods of construction. Again "remember you get what you pay for."

The fence posts should be soundly embedded in concrete footings designed to meet the requirements of the existing soil conditions. Similarly if light poles are required, a suitable foundation design will be necessary to allow for wind loading, overall torque and weight of the fitting.

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