You don’t have to be an expert in sports surfaces. But we can help you become one.
There are a lot of variables in play when selecting the right sports surface for any program and space. With so many choices available to you, how do you make the best decision for your needs?
Welcome to the Robbins Institute You wouldn’t buy a car without test driving it first, would you? Why should a gym floor be any different!? We want to enable you to gain the level of understanding or expertise you need to make a wise decision about the purchase of your new sports floor. During your visit to the Robbins Institute, you will have the opportunity to learn about the features and differences in sports flooring. You will also be given the opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from the industry experts about quality, longevity, safety and benefits to athletes.
What you can expect to learn at the world’s leading sports floor school Our programs are designed for athletic directors, coaches, architects, engineers and facility managers who face a wide range of decisions related to selecting sports surfaces. We aim to help each guest learn important aspects in evaluating sports surfaces, dynamic testing, biomechanics, building requirements and performance considerations.
Our customized classes are a combination of classroom and active participation, with group discussion and a hands on demonstration to provide the latest insights and information on trends, techniques, options and opportunities related to athletic performance and sports surfaces.
In addition, with our AIA presentation titled Overview in Choosing Sports Flooring, architects can earn CEU credits while also learning valuable industry information and product information to better specify for building projects.
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Program: Overview in Choosing Sports Flooring.
Earn 1-2 AIA CEU Learning Units: An informative program for architects and other professionals involved in selecting sports flooring for recreation, multi-purpose and sports facilities.
A practical look into biomechanics, dynamic testing and sports surface research, including case history applications.
Explore methods of evaluating sports floors and criteria for judging and specifying sports surfaces.
Consider and discuss design, purpose and use of sports surfacing as it relates to user comfort, safety and performance.
Review functional relationship between sports surfaces and building design/construction.