Multi-Use Sports Hall

Multi-Use Sports Hall

There are several factors to consider when looking to install a new sports floor in a multi-use sports hall: initial cost, performance characteristics, durability, sporting and non sporting usage, comfort levels, compliance, maintenance and of course life-cycle costs. But, did you know that ESFA (Education & Skills Funding Agency) requires that all sports, multi-purpose and activity floors must be Area Elastic, Category A3 or A4 Systems? 

Area Elastic Systems deflect impact over a wide surface area, providing the highest levels of shock absorption and comfort. It’s the best solution for multi-sports and wheelchair sports, as it offers high levels of performance and indentation resistance.   

We work in collaboration with Dynamik, a British sprung sports flooring specialist to provide the best quality Area Elastic Systems. Click here to download the Tarkett Dynamik Brochure

Main requirements
When selecting a floor for multi-use sports hall make sure you consider the following requirements

  • EN 14904 or BS EN 14041:2004 compliance 
  • Sports performance & athlete protection
  • Non-sporting use
  • Installation & maintenance costs vs life cycle cost
  • Sustainability & environmental impact