The process of building a multi use games area starts with preparing the ground, excavating down to the required depth and installing groundworks for a stable foundation.
Once the ground has been prepared and the sub base is laid out, the next stage is to install the chosen surfacing for the facility which could be macadam, polymeric or synthetic grass.
The final stage of the construction process will be to add extras like painted or inlaid line markings, rebound fencing and specialist floodlights to create a fully functioning MUGA.
The MUGA construction process is completely different for every individual project, giving you the freedom to customise the installation to meet your requirements and fit within your budget.
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As sport pitch contractors we have installed these facilities at schools and clubs all over the UK and we can help guide you through every aspect of the full construction project http://www.muga.org.uk/contractors/ The installation of a multisports is carried out in different ways depending on the chosen flooring type for the facility, but the process follows a similar pattern for each surface option. To speak to an expert about the construction costs for a multisport areas, please fill in our simple contact form today.
The first stage of a local MUGA construction project is the groundworks and MUGA surface foundations; this involves excavating the existing area and laying down a geotextile membrane which will prevent weeds and plants growing up into the surface. Next, a dynamic stone sub base is installed, this is made up of a layer of angular stones which lock together to give the surface stability. A macadam base can then be applied onto the stones to create a smooth and even foundation for the multiuse area surfacing layer to be installed onto.
When the base layers have been put down, you can then choose to have a shockpad installed, this provides cushioning and support for players’ joints when participating in sports. A shockpad always has to be installed for contact sports like rugby and is recommended for football as it helps prevent injuries and ensures the multisport facility will be safe for players.
When the foundations and shockpad have been put down, the next stage of the nearby MUGA construction is installing the multi sport flooring itself. You can choose from a variety of surface types which we install including 3G artificial grass, polymeric rubber and needlepunch synthetic turf.
Each specification provides different performance qualities for a multitude of activities and can be tailored to suit the primary sport you'd like to play. We will discuss the design options to make sure you choose a surface type which works with the sports you want to play. For hard court surfaces like polymeric rubber and macadam, a coloured anti slip coating will be applied to the whole playing area. This will be done in a colour design of your choice and additional coloured line markings will be put down for each sport you choose.
The final part of a MUGA construction project is any extra multi use games area equipment or accessories you choose to have installed along with the surfacing. These extras could include floodlights, fencing in a range of heights, and maintenance equipment to keep your sports facility in top condition. Our facility experts will talk you through all of the various options so you can select extra features which suit your budget http://www.muga.org.uk/ Having this additional equipment in surrounding areas can help you make the most out of your facility by keeping it secure and preventing any damage from vandalism or overuse. The installation of sports floodlighting will also enable you to rent the facility out in non daylight hours to other teams and clubs for training sessions and matches which will help boost revenue for your organisation.
The cost of building a MUGA can be affected by a number of different factors. These factors include the surfacing specification you choose, the area size of the facility, existing ground conditions and access to site. It’s important to consider all these variables and assess them properly when deciding on a budget for a multisport facility installation project; this will make sure you get a great sports flooring at the best value price for your organisation.
We are able to alter our designs and specifications to meet your individual spending budgets. Although there is standard dimensions for specific sports pitches, we can reduce the size of an area to lower the costs. We can also offer more cost effective surface types; for example if you're a school with a low budget and you want an activity facility installed, we may recommend having needlepunch installed rather than polymeric surfacing. This will help to bring the costs of building a multisports area down.
If you are interested in finding out how to build a MUGA, please have a look at the following steps:
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