Case Studies: MUGA

Cheltenham Ladies’ College

Cheltenham  Ladies’ College

Cheltenham Ladies College is known as being one of the country’s top independent girls’ schools so it's of no surprise that we were delighted when we recently got the go ahead to refurbish there all weather hockey pitch.

The works included the replacement of the external sports pitch, including new playing surface, improvements to drainage, installation of retractable floodlighting, replacement of perimeter fencing, and improvements to surrounding hardstanding/ drainage.

John Hampden Grammar School, High Wycombe

John Hampden Grammar School, High Wycombe

Paul Langford, Managing Director at TigerTurf UK commented: “The installation at John Hampden School is an example of the strength of our product offering and expertise in the education sector, alongside our technical ability to work with some of the industry’s leading sports contractors to complete prestigious projects.”

Drayton Park, Portsmouth

Drayton Park, Portsmouth

Vincent Mount - Senior Landscape Architect, Portsmouth City Council

‘Agripower provided a great service for building our new sports courts at Drayton Park, to budget and on time. They're hard workers and they were helpful in offering practical common sense solutions which we responded to in order to make the project go better. The area is transformed now, and the sports courts are very popular with the local community, serving a real need in Portsmouth’

Westende Junior School, Wokingham,

Westende Junior School, Wokingham,

The project was delivered within the program budget and ahead of time. Agripowers competent team of installers completed the project during the summer term, the school was still busy with holiday clubs so communication was paramount.

Great Ballard School

Great Ballard School

Agripower undertook a detailed consultation and planning process with the local Planning authority, Chichester District Council at the independent Preparatory school set in 30 acres of wonderful countryside on the south downs between Arundel and Chichester.