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Become a Certified Tennis Court Builder
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The Certified Tennis Court Builder Program was developed by the ASBA to help raise professional standards and to improve the practice of tennis court construction. ASBA certified builders must pass a comprehensive exam on field construction and maintenance. They must fulfill prescribed standards of experience and demonstrate a high level of expertise in tennis court construction.

Are You Interested in Becoming a Certified Tennis Court Builder?

The ASBA Certification process consists of 6 steps. ASBA recommends that you complete the following steps in the order in which they are listed. Instructions, if required, will be found on the online form or downloadable PDF. You must submit the entire certification application no less than 30 days before any exam date.

Step 1. Submit PDF Application Form:

  Download the Application PDF HERE.

Step 2. Verify Employment (For ALL Certifications):

Click here to download the Job Verification Form PDF HERE.

Step 3. Download the Certification Handbook (Important to read and follow all directions):

 Click HERE to download the Tennis Builders Certification Handbook

Step 4. Download the Job List Form and Eligibility Points Spreadsheet

 Click HERE to download the Job List and Eligibility Points Spreadsheet

Step 5. Submit Payment:

Click HERE to download payment form PDF.

Step 6. Schedule Exam

 Once the application is completed, submitted and approved, an ASBA staff member will be contacting the applicant to schedule the exam. 

Watch this video for tips on filling out the ASBA Certification Application

Preparing for the Examination

ASBA offers construction manuals which are the principal references for questions on the examination. Technical articles in Newsline, presentations from recent Technical Meetings and real-world experience also will be helpful.

Because of the amount of computation and the number of formulas inherent in track and field construction, the examination for track and field builders is an open book test. Applicants may refer to ASBA manuals or to other notes or publications during the examination. Applicants should bring their own copies of these materials to the test. No reference materials are permitted to applicants for the tennis certification examination. See the certification handbook for more information about preparing and taking the exam. If a candidate fails and exam, the candidate must wait 30 days before retaking the exam. 

Certified Builder Program: Policies, Standards of Conduct and Bid Language

ASBA has approved new Certified Builder Standards of Conduct and have proposed bid language samples that can be used as needed by our Certified Builders or design professionals creating job specifications. Our certification policies and Standards of Conduct help to reinforce the integrity of ASBA’s certified builder programs and their importance in the marketplace.