Court Concepts, inc. is a design, construction, and renovation company specializing in all types of game court, playground, softscape, hardscape, and recreation area designs, installations, and renovations. We offer a personalized approach concentrating on the aesthetics, color schemes, and natural surroundings of each project.

Meet the Owner

web3               Mark Copeland-President

After years in business our commitment remains unchanged; We do a limited number of projects that I can supervise personally onsite with my own crews, instead of from a desk in my office. This eliminates the problems and miscommunication so common in construction today. I treat all of my projects as if they’re in my own backyard, and I don’t compromise on quality and materials. Sure we’re profitable, but money is not the driving force behind Court Concepts, Inc., and my clients will verify this fact. We’ve never been sued, in court, or a part of any settlement. There’s a reason why-Honesty and Integrity.


web2              Experience

1979-1986-Folsom Tennis-Laborer to Foreman
This was where I learned the trades of  tennis court construction. Working on the concrete, fencing, & surfacing crews gave me the foundational skills required to further my career & eventually start Court Concepts.

1986-1989-Championship Tennis Courts-Salesman to Vice President/General Manager
After learning the trades of tennis court construction, this was where I learned the business side of construction. Contract preparation & negotiations, legal issues, accounting skills, etc. helped to round out my business sense. Through first-hand experience I learned how to deal with customers, subcontractors, & employees, and quite frankly, how not to deal with customers, subcontractors, & employees. Valuable positive & negative lessons were a vital part of my three years here.

1989-Present-Court Concepts, Inc.-President
After experience with both the construction and business side of tennis court construction, I founded Court Concepts. I started out with a simple principle; I do only a few projects at a time & I put my whole heart & passion into these projects. Of course at first I only had a few projects, but as time & my reputation grew I kept the same philosophy—Don’t over-extend myself! In the early 90′s tennis construction slowed somewhat & I noticed that changes in child safety laws opened up a new field of A-General Engineering license construction—park & playground renovation. Now 30+ parks & playgrounds later, these make up about half of our total work. In 1997 Court Concepts was incorporated.