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Running Track Construction | Asphalt, Latex, Polyurethane | ACE
Step 1: We inspect your site to determine its suitability and how best we can meet your needs.
Step 2: We create a certified CAD generated design, or review existing plans from which to build.
Step 3: Once pre-work is done, we clear your site of vegetation/debris and saturate the soil.
Step 4: We grade and balance your site to specification.
Step 5: We install concrete curbing along with drainage, equipment, and event areas.
Step 6: We pave your track using hot-mix asphalt and compact it to tight tolerances.
Step 7: We surface your track using a latex or polyurethane-bound base mat system.
Step 8: We professionally stripe your new surface and add any customized markings desired.


Ask any serious track athlete or coach; a high-quality track makes a difference when it comes to performance - both psychologically and in reality. From concept ideation to the opening day event for your new track facility, our team has the experience to work with you throughout the process to ensure your new facility meets your expectations and stays within the cost parameters you have established.

Our teams are qualified to work with both general contractors on track facility builds as part of new school projects, or with school districts directly.

Learn more about our running track construction service below, and contact us for a free estimate to get started on your next project.


- Application

Our capabilities include building off an existing set of plans, or designing a facility with the collaboration of our certified track builder. Following the design stage, we will begin obtaining permits, locating utilities, and mobilizing dust control and storm water pollution prevention measures to get ready for breaking ground. Your site is then cleared of any vegetation and/or debris and pre-wet for proper soil saturation prior to and during the earthwork phases. Next, heavy equipment is used to grade and balance your site to specification. Concrete curbing is also installed along with drainage, equipment, and event areas. The track is then paved with a hot-mix asphalt and compacted.

After curing, the track is ready for surfacing using a latex or polyurethane-bound base mat and, depending on the track design you select, polyurethane surface layers and rubber granules. We even have a top-of-the-line, solid-pour polyurethane design that runners just love. Once the surface has properly set, professional striping and customized markings such as lane numbers and corporate/scholastic logos add the finishing touches.

+ Benefits (Click to expand)

Ace Asphalt and Renner Sports Surfaces provide you with the most comprehensive experience for design, construction, and rehabilitation of running tracks in Arizona and New Mexico. Through our partnership, we offer:

  • Convenience: One relationship for all phases of running track construction; eliminating the unnecessary cost and requirement for multiple specialty subcontractors.
  • Multiple Options: A variety of surface options for all budget levels and facility requirements.
  • Up-to-Date Knowledge: Memberships maintained in industry-related associations to stay current with new developments and ideas.
  • Certification: ASBA Certified Track Builder credentials.

+ Available Materials & Options (Click to expand)

Latex Running Track Surfaces

  • RSS100: Economical surface made up of 10mm latex-bound rubber built up in four layers.
  • RSS200: Economical surface made up of two layers of colored rubber granules along with a latex-bound shock absorption pad.

Polyurethane Running Track Surfaces

  • RSS2000: Base mat/structural spray synthetic track system.
  • RSS3000: Non-porous mat/spray synthetic track surface. 
  • RSS4000: Sandwich system synthetic track surface. 
  • RSS5000: Full-depth 100% polyurethane-based synthetic track system.
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Sam G., McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.