Flicx UK, have recently installed their first 2G Flicx Court which is a premium sports flooring surface which has multi sport capabilities with our first client The Lettuce Company based in West Sussex maximising its versatility and using their court for basketball, tennis and volleyball. Take a watch at the installation itself condensed down in this time-lapse video
The Lettuce Company is a large farm with 120 farm labourers living on site. They specialise in growing a range of salad vegetables including lettuce, rocket, and spinach. Richard Smith is the production manager and he was looking for a way to provide sports facilities for their staff on site and asked Flicx UK to quote for a multi use Flicx court.
Made in the same tiles as the 2G Flicx Pitch, the 2G Flicx Court combines a none slip surface in a range of colours. The size can be made to any specification with line markings added to create versatility and host a range of sports. The court can be used both indoors or outdoors and can be kept as a portable court and rolled out for each use OR as in this case study, laid permanently.
Speaking about their new 2G Flicx Court, Richard Smith from The Lettuce Company said “We are delighted with our new facility that Flicx have been able to create for us. We had a set space and Flicx were able to design a court to fit our requirements. The quality of the installation and advice throughout the process was first class from all the team at Flicx and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend their product for anyone looking for a versatile sports surface”
<blockquote>Managing director Richard Beghin added “With 18 years in the industry, it’s great to be able to continue to develop new products and fulfil new requests. We are very excited about the potential of this product and especially with our <a href=”http://blog.flicx.co.uk/index.php/2016/05/19/add-your-school-or-clubs-logo-to-your-2g-flicx-pitch/”>digital branding capabilities</a>, its a great way for companies to invest in something that can create an active and happy workforce or for NGB’s to take their sports to new audiences”</blockquote>