30 Years of Serving Track and Field Athletes and Coaches
Serving Georgia High School athletes and raising the bar for facilities across Georgia, Sports Turf Company is the Southeast’s leader in running track construction and renovation. Along with 30 years of experience in athletic construction, the Sport Track crew includes Certified Track Builders, a surfacing expert with 30+ years of experience, and a GHSA championship track and field coaching legend.
From track expansions to track resurfacing to total track reclamations, our Certified Track Builders on staff are well-equipped to walk your facility and locate drainage issues, surface wear, and provide long-lasting solutions for your facility. From the ground up, our staff can help you design, plan, and build your running track to insure national best practices. We consider your schools’ events, athlete usage and space to insure you get the most out of your investment.
The Sports Track crew includes members with 50+ years of experience in the design, renovation, and construction of running tracks. Our VP of running track construction and renovation, Mark Becker, has over 400 tracks or courts completed in his impressive career. As a Certified Track Builder, Mark is a part of every project Sports Turf completes from design through completion. Serving as a resource to our clients during the design and planning phase, all the way through completion and beyond is Carrollton High School track legacy, Coach Craig Musselwhite. With eight state championships as a head coach, Coach Musselwhite is deemed as our running track expert with a great knowledge of what coaches and athletes need and want for their facilities. The combination of Mark Becker’s construction and specialty surfacing experience and Coach Musselwhite’s profound knowledge of the sport makes for a combination unmatched in the industry.
President of Sports Turf Company further explains, “We’re not just a company that builds track and field facilities. We’re a company that specializes in track and field facility reclamation and construction” Wiggins explains, “For us a track is not just an accessory to a field, but its own high-level athletic facility with a higher set of standards that needs to be completed with precision for athletes and coaches.”