ASBA Marks Another First: The Launch of its Mobile Design App

ASBA has announced its new mobile app, available via free download on iPhone and Android devices.

ASBA Diagram Showcase, which launched this month, is live on the App Store. It contains updated diagrams for the following facilities:

  • Tennis Courts
  • Running Tracks
  • Sports Fields
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Courts & Recreational Venues (sports include basketball, volleyball, badminton, fencing and more)

The diagrams illustrate not only the facilities themselves (an example might be an NCAA-regulation men’s lacrosse field) but necessary technical details to those maintaining, building and repairing such facilities, such as a cross-section of a synthetic turf anchoring system.

The new app represents a tremendous advance in the industry, and will allow those in the field, or even working from the office, to access the information they need quickly and easily, and to save it for future use. ASBA will update the information in the app to remain current with any rule changes.

“ASBA is really excited that we can offer the Diagram Showcase app,” said Kristoff Eldridge, CTB, ASBA’s chairman. “We see it not only as a way for builders, design professionals, managers and others in the industry to access information easily, but as a way to promote quality design and construction of athletic facilities worldwide. The fact that the app is free means it is even easier to put this information into the hands of anyone who needs it, and who wants to have the most updated diagrams available.”

The ASBA Diagram Showcase can be accessed on the App Store by keying ASBA into the search box.

One thought on “ASBA Marks Another First: The Launch of its Mobile Design App

  1. Used it already today to get distances from pickleball lines to the fences. Took all of 20 seconds to access the drawing and get the answer I needed.

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