PST Sport and Replay Maintenance have agreed to collaborate to deliver contracted maintenance services across PST’s portfolio of artificial turf pitches in the UK market.
The partnership will offer customers a fully circular synthetic pitch solution from the inception of a structured maintenance programme from the moment of installation to the resurfacing at the end of the pitch’s life.
Over the past two decades, Replay Maintenance has established a good reputation within the artificial sports surface sector. The firm has been responsible for readying facilities for the most coveted international competitions including the 2012 Olympics and the 2014 and 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Replay Maintenance’s Managing Director, Nick Harris, said: “We are very pleased to be working in collaboration with PST Sport to deliver the maintenance to their client sites in the UK.”
“With over 20 years’ industry experience and having completed over four and a half thousand successful maintenance visits last year, we are confident that we can deliver the same quality, professional and reliable service to PST Sport customers that our clients have come to expect from Replay maintained sites.”
PST Sport is a design and build specialist contractor focusing exclusively on the design and construction of world-class synthetic turf pitches. This includes subbase and playing surfaces as well as supporting infrastructure like fencing, lighting and access for football, GAA, rugby, hockey and tennis.
The company does both green field sites as well as re-turfing older pitches, covering design, pitch construction and project management.
Colin Teahon, PST Sport’s Managing Director added: “PST Sport is delighted to partner with industry experts, Replay Maintenance. Maintenance of a synthetic pitch is essential for longevity and performance. Replay Maintenance’s structured maintenance programmes will preserve the performance characteristics of our clients’ synthetic turf pitches, increasing their life expectancy, and, in turn, maximising our clients’ return on investment.”
The two firms have previously worked together on a number of projects, and, through this successful collaboration, have made the decision to formalise the arrangement going forward, strengthening the service offering to their respective clients.