Court Construction and surface selection are key aspects to the success of a tournament the magnitude of the Sony Ericsson. We are fortunate to have used the best court construction company in the industry today…Butch BucholzSony Ericsson Open Tournament DirectorInt. Tennis Ctr.

About Agile Courts

It was 1972 when Bruce Bauer decided he wanted to build tennis courts of the highest quality. At 21 years of age, he had already spent 4 years working in the business—enough to envision himself and his own company earning a reputation as the very best in the industry. Today, Agile Courts has that reputation, and is known as the number one licensed and insured tennis construction expert in South Florida and the Caribbean. We’ve also built a reputation for a multitude of other sports including basketball, volleyball, running tracks, soccer, football fields, croquet and golf putting greens.

What makes us different? It’s not just our adherence to the strictest guidelines of quality materials, construction practices or customer service—it’s our desire to outdo ourselves every single time. As members of the American Sports Builders Association for the last 40 years, our family-owned business set the standard in the industry and is known for our nearly four decades of expertise. We’re also known for our commitment to serving our clients and for the more than 6,500 of the finest courts we’ve proudly built in South Florida and the Caribbean.

Today, Agile Courts is an extended family business.  Alongside Bruce is his nephew David (30 years), niece Jennifer (17 years), and son Nicholas (10 years).

Our experienced tennis court technicians are Glenn Throckmorton (37 years), Robert Wardenga (27 years), Balvin Gordon (20 years), Jason Aimable (20 years), Brent Worthley (17 years), Dwayne Croker (15 years), Adam Yonkolowitz (3 years), Alex Zabala (3 years), Cleion Ramsay (2 years) and John Pommells (1 year).  All employees work side by side taking pride in their work with “quality” still the #1 goal.