IAKS members cover a broad range of activities and services around sports and leisure facilities world-wide.

IAKS has members:

as individuals

  • Architects
  • Landscape architects
  • Engineers

as industrial companies

  • Companies of the sports industry
  • Operators of sports facilities

as institutions

  • Public institutions like local-authority sports, parks & gardens and building departments, regional and national ministries of sports
  • Scientific institutions like universities of of physical education, architecture and engineering
  • Sports organizations like National Olympic Committees, sports umbrella associations and sports federations

IAKS members present their company/organization and their activities in a database. It offers easy and convenient search for IAKS members following the

  • type of sports and leisure facility,
  • corporate structure/type of business activity,
  • geographical area by country.




DEL Winter Game Düsseldorf 2015 on AST Ice!

Once again AST is in charge of supplying the second DEL Winter Game in the history of German Ice Hockey League and accounts for delivery, installation and support of the “Real Ice” Hockey Rink....



When a fall protection floor becomes a play area

The playing hill at the Georges Henri Park in Brussels attracts visitors’ attention from afar. Part of this is due to its imposing height and the slides that promise exciting rides. But a...



Athletics, ball sports and climbing in Barbarossa Hall

Following the completion of renovation work and its official opening ceremony in June 2013, Barbarossa Hall is once again open to athletes and students from the greater Kaiserslautern area...



The first IAAF-certified synthetic track in Oman comes from North Rhine-Westphalia

The Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Maskat, Oman – also known as Bousher Stadium after its location – provides an arena for the country's football teams. Named after Sultan Qaboos, the...