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MAC Named Tennis Industry’s 2018 “Builder/Contractor of the Year”

McConnell & Associates (MAC) is the 2018 “Builder/Contractor of the Year.” The news was published in Tennis Industry magazine’s January 2019 edition. The annual “Champions of Tennis Awards” is in its 18th year of recognizing organizations and individuals who go above and beyond in making a difference in the tennis industry. The Awards honor those Read more >

How to Tell if Your Tennis Court Needs Resurfacing, According to the Sports Surface Pros

All tennis courts, regardless of whether students, neighborhood residents, club members or pros play on them, will need resurfacing on occasion. Considering the investment involved, knowing what to look for can help you determine if the time has come for your sports surface to be resurfaced. We turned to our tennis court contractors for their Read more >

MAC Project Receives Quality Concrete Award

A recent project of ours, Tower Court Tennis Courts, was awarded a Quality Concrete Award for 2015 by the Concrete Council of St. Louis. The courts are located in the City of Florissant just north of St. Louis. Vee-Jay Cement installed the post tensioned concrete slab and was the lead on the project. Other members Read more >

McConnell & Associates Sponsor Heather Bradshaw Invitational, Help Maintain EHS Tennis Courts

By Dan Brannan, as originaly published on EdGlenToday.com. McConnell and Associates of St. Louis has been a sponsor of the annual Heather Bradshaw Tennis Tourney in Edwardsville the past two years. Justan Vaughn of McConnell & Associates was on hand for part of the tourney late last week. He said the sponsorship is something his company is Read more >

MAC Resurfaces Courts at Australian Open

Originally published in The Kansas City Star. Written by Bob Luder It’s taking place at the other end of the world, where day is night and winter is summer. So it’s hard to believe that when tennis fans tune in to watch the Australian Open, they’re actually seeing a piece of Kansas City on the screen. But when Read more >