As of June 2019, it can be estimated that the cost to build a dome ranges from $25 to $30 per square foot. This cost range is based on the dozens of air-supported domes manufactured and installed by The Farley Group throughout 2018 and the first two quarters of 2019.
Keeping this in view, what is a tennis dome?
Immediately north of the Pamplin Sports Center is the home of Pioneer tennis. The tennis dome features four fully covered courts. The tennis dome has a translucent skylight, light gray exterior architectural fabric and the most energy efficient inflation/HVAC dome equipment in the industry.
Then, what is a tennis bubble?
Tennis air dome / Tennis bubble is an ideal solution for the seasonal or permanent covering of one or more tennis courts. … Play tennis indoors in perfect conditions, protected from outside elements.
How much does it cost to put a bubble over tennis court?
The average cost for components is $8 to $11 per square foot of surface area covered. Permanent and insulated ones generally cost $9 to $14 per square foot, he said.
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Slazenger balls will bounce heigher than Wilson or Pethaven (reject shop) balls.
Utility costs for domes typically range anywhere from $0.25 – $1 per square foot per year. Just like utilities in a home, costs vary widely depending weather, usage, utility rates, etc. HVAC unit maintenance is the same as with any other type of building, and the cost of maintaining the rest of the dome is minimal.
The average cost of a hard court is around $90,000, while a synthetic grass court averages at $100,000. You’re also looking at about $13,000 for court lighting.
Overhead Space for Indoor Courts
|Play Level||Height Above Net||Height Above Baseline|
|Recreational||29.5 ft / 9 m||20 ft / 6.1 m|
|Tournament||40 ft / 12.2 m||40 ft / 12.2 m|
|Davis Cup||29.5 ft / 9 m||29.5 ft / 9 m|
|Davis Cup World Group||39.4 ft / 12 m||39.4 ft / 12 m|
The minimum amount of space depends if the court is used for competitive play or recreational use. For recreational use, the recommended minimum length is generally around 34.8 m (114 ft) and the minimum width is 17.1 m (56 ft). A tennis court’s total area size is approx 595.1 sqm.
Tennis courts are a standard size. Although there may be some minor discrepancies between courts, all professional ATP and ITF courts should be the same. … Both singles and doubles courts tend to be the same size, with the court featuring markings that differentiate the spaces used for singles games and doubles games.