Tarkett Sports has acquired Atlas Track & Tennis, a builder of synthetic running tracks and tennis courts with an annual revenue of $61 million.

Tarkett Sports acquires Atlas Track & Tennis

Tarkett Sports has acquired Atlas Track & Tennis. With annual revenue of $61m, Atlas Track & Tennis, with an annual revenue of $61 million build synthetic running tracks and tennis courts. Coupled with the previous purchase of Beynon Sports Surfaces and Defargo, Tarkett Sports signifcantly expands its track installation capability in North America.

“FieldTurf and Atlas Track & Tennis have a long standing history and have collaborated on a multitude of projects.” said Tarkett Sports CEO Joe Fields. “The addition of Atlas Track & Tennis to the Tarkett Sports family further enhances our ability to continue to provide the highest quality sports surfacing products. Both companies have always made it a part of their mantra to deliver the highest quality products with continuous emphasis on R&D which makes this a great fit.”

“Joining a company like Tarkett Sports is a natural fit for us,” said Atlas Track & Tennis Founder George Fisher. “Being part of the Tarkett Sports family will allow us to expand our track business in large part due to unmatched manufacturing capabilities, an impressive focus on quality control, along with the industry’s best financials.”

Atlas Track & Tennis has completed well over 1000 world-class, outdoor running tracks for customers such as the University of California Davis, Pacific University, Lewis & Clark College, Cal State University-Fullerton, Harvard-Westlake School, BYU-Idaho and Eastern Washington University, to name a few.