About USTA

Facility Assistance

January 2, 2017
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Welcome to the USTA Facility Assistance program. Whether you’re just starting out and dreaming of building a state-of-the-art, multi-court tennis facility, you're interested in 36- or 60-foot tennis, or you just want to figure out how to repair the cracked courts at the local park down the street, you’re in the right place – the USTA is here to help!

 

How can we help make your tennis facility dream come true? The USTA Facility Assistance program can offer you and your community assistance with technical and financial resources. In addition, communities are appointed project consultants from the USTA National staff, who deliver personalized support and service to help take your project from dream to reality.

 

Read below to learn more about USTA Facility Assistance.

 

Technical

The USTA Facility Assistance program’s technical team is the best resource we offer communities. With industry leading experience in tennis court/facility construction, our technical team offers everything from concept plans to professional construction document review.

Concept plans are a powerful advocacy tool and help solidify your vision for your project. Our professional construction document review ensures that you and your community are investing in a long-term tennis court solution that will work for you and meets or exceeds industry standards. All of these resources are free of charge to you and your community.

NOTE: The USTA Facility Assistance program’s technical team services hundreds of projects across the country, and their services are rendered on a project-by-project basis. Depending on other projects in the queue, services for your project may not be immediate.
 

Financial

As a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to "promote and develop the growth of tennis," the USTA recognizes the importance of making financial investments in the infrastructure of tennis facilities to foster the sport’s continued growth. The financial component of the USTA Facility Assistance program is a rolling process – there are no deadlines. There are five types of financial assistance:

 

  • Category I - up to $4,000 with possible section or district match
  • Category II - up to $10,000 or 50% project total
  • Category III - up to $20,000 or 50% project total
  • Category IV - up to $10,000 or 50% project total
  • Line Grants - up to $4,000 or 50% project total


For more on grants and financial assistance, click here to visit our Facilities Grants and Assistance page.

 

Contractor Resources - Tech Specs

To view a complete array of technical specifications for 78-foot courts, 78-foot courts with blended lines, permanent 36- and 60-foot courts, striping plans and more, visit our Resources and Tools page and click on Facilities.

 

And if you're looking for a contractor to build your next court, visit the American Sports Builders Association by clicking here

 

Awards

Each year, the USTA recognizes facilities throughout the country to encourage increasingly high standards for construction and/or renovation. Click here for more information.

 

 

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