Navarro ISD, about 30 minutes northeast of San Antonio, completed the construction of a new intermediate school in the summer of 2018.  This new campus includes a spacious tournament gym which appears to be even larger than their high school gym.

This new campus was designed by architect, Kerry Andrews and constructed by Kencon Constructors/Construction Managers out of San Antonio.

The new tournament gym features a high school sized basketball court, cross court basketball, a primary volleyball court, cross court volleyball courts, and electrically powered telescoping bleachers on both sides of the court.  The district’s superintendent, Dee Carter, chose Sport Court® High Gloss Maple Select for the flooring.  Mrs. Carter’s decision to go with Sport Court® was partially based on the testimony of Frank Sullivan, owner of Tiger Sport Complex.  Frank installed Sport Court® in his facility after having coached on Sport Court® for many years.

Unique to Navarro’s new tournament gym, is the digitally printed center court artwork.  For decades, artwork has been painted on gym floors.  Painting is a time consuming and costly process.  Sport Court® has pioneered a process of digitally printing the artwork onto the floor prior to shipping the floor to the project site.  This option is only available on Sport Court® Response High Gloss gym flooring.  At the time of this post, fewer than half a dozen gyms have digitally printed artwork on their gym floors.

To learn more about Sport Court® flooring for your tournament gym, or any other gym or multi-purpose facility, please contact South Texas Sport Court.