Synthetic sports pitch maintenance company Replay Maintenance has partnered with fellow industry business Synthetic Turf Maintenance (STM) to service almost 40 school sites in the south east.
Replay Maintenance will now undertake the maintenance of the synthetic sports pitches at the 37 sites in London and Surrey that were previously the responsibility of STM.
The pitches are at a range of schools from primary and prep schools to academies, including four schools run by the education charity Harris Federation – Harris Academy Peckham, Harris Academy Riverside, Harris Primary Academy Chafford Hundred and Harris Primary Academy Mayflower.
Replay Maintenance’s Managing Director, Nick Harris, said: “We are very pleased to be working in collaboration with Synthetic Turf Maintenance to support them in servicing these 37 school sites in the south east.
“Replay Maintenance is a leading player in the maintenance of synthetic sports pitches across the UK, providing a professional and reliable service to education settings, sports clubs and other venues, and we are delighted to be expanding our portfolio to include these school sites.”
The sites in London and Surrey will be serviced by Replay Maintenance’s existing team working in the south east, with a handful of new positions being recruited.
Based on the Nottinghamshire/Lincolnshire border at Long Bennington, Replay Maintenance has established a well-renowned reputation within the artificial sports surface sector over the past two decades. More recently, the company has expanded its presence in the sports equipment field with the introduction of the Player Sports e-commerce site.
Jon Bell, director at Synthetic Turf Maintenance (STM), which is part of Synthetic Turf Management, said: “Replay Maintenance is a well-regarded synthetic sports pitch maintenance business, offering the high quality service that our customers have come to expect. We are very pleased to have them on board working alongside us to service these 37 school sites in the south east.”