The Official Tennis Court Contractor of the Miami Open
South Florida’s PREMIER COURT BUILDERS.
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Who we are
For the past 32 years Fast-Dry Courts has been South Florida’s premier Tennis and Pickleball court builder and is now the Official Tennis Court Contractor of the Miami Open. Family owned and operated, and founded in Pompano Beach, Fast-Dry Courts specializes in court construction from start to finish. Fast-Dry Courts provides its customers with a complete set of sport court construction services. This includes initial design and consultation, to construction, resurfacing, repairs, lighting, fencing, and cabana services. FDC can also design and build Har-Tru clay courts, asphalt courts, concrete hard courts, and synthetic surfaced courts like ClayTech and artificial turf.
With over 2,500 courts built and over 4,000 courts resurfaced, FDC is one of the world’s largest builders of Har-Tru clay courts with their proprietary HydroCourt subsurface irrigation system. FDC team members are ASBA Certified tennis court builders and award winners for Construction Excellence from the American Sports Builders Association for 22 consecutive years. In short, we are here to support you for the life of your court. Join the Fast-Dry family today.
Family owned and operated since 1981
8,400+ projects completed over 30 years
• 2500+ tennis courts built
• 1000+ FDC HydroCourts installed
• 4000+ tennis courts resurfaced
Recognition of “Construction Excellence” by the ASBA for 22 consecutive years
53 American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) “Court of the Year” Award Winners
5 United States Tennis Association (USTA) “Outstanding Tennis Facility” Award Winners
2005 Racquet Sports Industry Magazine (RSI) National “Builder/Contractor of the Year”
2 Florida Licensed General Contractors on staff
3 USPTA Certified Tennis Professionals on staff
1 ASBA Certified Tennis Court Builder on staff
2018’s chosen contractor to build the Miami Open