Nidy Sports Construction is recognized as an industry leader in sports facility construction. From tennis courts, running tracks, and football fields to shuffleboard courts and pickleball courts – Nidy Sports Construction has served generations of sports enthusiasts as their trusted partner in the construction of professional quality athletic facilities, no matter the type, size or scope of the project.

Nidy utilizes world-class materials from Plexipave, Plexitrac, & Decoturf (the sports surfaces of choice for high school, collegiate & professional level athletic facilities) and the most advanced laser equipment available to ensure all Nidy-built running tracks, football fields, shuffleboard courts meet or exceed client expectations.

Nidy has spent decades building and maintaining baseball fields, tennis courts, shuffleboard courts, football fields, running tracks and every other type of athletic field, court, track, path or play area imaginable and is one of the few companies in the country with an ASBA (American Sports Builder Association) builder on staff for track, court and athletic field construction, and is also the sole applicator of the NICO Shuffleboard Playing Surface.

Nidy can handle all your sports construction projects from start to finish, performing design work, excavation, paving, turf installation and surfacing to ensure you end up with an athletic facility you’ll be proud to claim as your home turf. Nidy maintenance specialists are also available to restore older athletic areas to pristine condition.

Nidy is proud to be one of the leading suppliers of shuffleboard equipment, with high quality shuffleboard cues, shuffleboard discs, shuffleboard wax and more.

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LATEST SPORTS CONSTRUCTION NEWS

Nidy Sports Construction recently completed a 20,000-square-foot synthetic turf baseball practice field for Montverde Academy. Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians shortstop and Montverde graduate (2011), assisted with the ribbon cutting ceremony held Tuesday night.

Nidy Sports Construction chosen by Rollins College and Barton Malow to assist in converting natural grass to synthetic turf at Alfond Stadium

Eight new pickleball courts were opened to the public on Friday at Coehadjoe Park. Marion County’s first and only public-access courts were constructed by Nidy Sports Construction in response to requests from the community during Marion County Parks and Recreation’s master plan process. The courts feature lighting, spectator areas and dedicated parking.