From 3G and 4G football pitches to artifical turf hockey fields, cricket pitches and tennis courts, we provide a single point solution for total project delivery. In 2016 we were appointed the first FIH Certified Field Builder in the World. And in partnership with FieldTurf, we work on a number of pitches under the Football Association, Rugby Football Union and Sport England.
As an ISO 9001 S&C Slatter is recognised, accredited and certified by a number of governing and advisory bodies including the Independent Schools Association (ISA). We are also confirmed as a FIH Certified Field Builder by The International Hockey Federation (FIH). These embrace quality management systems (QMS), procurement, supply chain management, risk management as well as sports and construction-specific performance standards.
S&C Slatter has over 25 years experience in the construction and maintenance of artificial sports facilities. We enjoy strong relationships across a broad spectrum of client sectors, with independent schools, sports clubs, main contractors and leisure operators particularly featuring in our National portfolio.
The new 3G Football Turf system, which has been designed and installed by S& Slatter, features state-of-the art FieldTurf Vertex 3G Football Turf installed over a 25mm E-Layer performance base. The eight week fast-track works programme involved significant earthworks and sub-base construction incorporating piped lateral drainage. A contrasting artificial grass run off around the perimeter of the playing surface reduces maintenance and upkeep still further while adding to the overall impressive appearance of the facility.Request a Callback
S&C Slatter installed an in-situ bound rubber shock pad onto the tarmacadam engineered sub-base, and then laid a high performance 18mm sand-dressed artificial turf complete with inlaid line markings. To reflect and compliment the other branding elements the school has introduced to the pitch equipment and perimeter, the Bryanston School crest was reproduced in artificial turf and inset into the playing surface.