Freeman Building Systems On Track for Grand Slam 


Freeman Building Systems has been selected as the general contractor for the upcoming construction of the Aspen Racquet Club in Wooster, OH. The recreational

facility is projected to be completed by the start of the 2017 winter tennis season and Freeman Systems will be responsible for providing all of the material, labor,

equipment for the project while coordinating most of the construction efforts.


newaspenThe facility will feature six tennis courts, an observation mezzanine, workout rooms, locker rooms, and a

pro shop, making it a major construction endeavor which we’re excited to get started on. The project will

be funded by the Seaman Corporation, “We have decided to make the investment in six courts rather than

four or five. This will allow the club to host USTA tournaments and maintain court availability for members.”

said Richard Seaman, the Seaman Corporation President. 


The Aspen Racquet Club is being designed to meet the needs of the Wooster area which boasts an avid tennis

community and will be capable of hosting United States Tennis Association (USTA) tournaments. The USTA hosts

tournaments across the country every weekend for club players and professionals alike and because it’s an indoor

facility, tennis will be able to be practiced and enjoyed year-long. The Seaman Corporation has prepped by visiting

various Ohio indoor tennis facilities to help design the club and provide Freeman Systems detailed construction

plans, including plans for an energy efficient lighting system throughout the space. 


Freeman Systems has always been a part of the surrounding community and is dedicated to bringing this incredible tennis facility to life for the Wooster area. Some of our

notable buildings and projects in the community include:




    1.     Hinkley Lighting Distribution Center -Avon Lake, OH
     2.     School Specialty Office & Distribution Center -Mansfield, OH
     3.     Akron Brass Office & Manufacturing Complex-Wooster, OH
      4.     And many more!



For more information, visit the Seaman Corporation newsroom here or contact us here at Freeman Building Systems








Aspen Racquet Club Underway


The Aspen Racquet Club groundbreaking ceremony was conducted on Tuesday, August 1 and was attended by Freeman Building System’s President Dan Freeman,

Gary Gantz, and Craig Sanders. Additionally, on hand for the festivities were Richard Seaman, Chairman of Seaman Corporation; Daniel Tzonev, Asset Investment

Manager and Aspen Racquet Club’s President; Ken Chaloupek of Seaman Corporation. This new recreational facility is coming to Wooster, OH in winter of 2017 and

is officially an active construction site. “During our exploratory visits at indoor tennis facilities in Northeast Ohio, we found a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and

support for our project in Wooster,” said Seaman. “Now that construction is well under way, our next milestone is to identify a director of tennis for the Aspen

Racquet Club. We are actively interviewing candidates and hope to make a decision in the near future. This will allow us to focus on creating programming and with

cultivating a vibrant tennis community in the Wooster area. The support of the local community so far has been overwhelming,” added Tzonev.



For more information about the Aspen Racquet Club, please visit www.ARCWooster.com or read the full article at the Seaman Corporation newsroom. To connect

with the Wooster community, follow them on Facebook now for more updates on the project








Take a Virtual Walk With Us


Freeman Building Systems is proud to present a virtual walkthrough of our plans for the new T3Performance facility opening in Avon, OH in Fall 2017. The building

is a state-of-the-art construction project that combines modern, open spaces with a familiar sporting facility aesthetic. Amenities include:



    1.     Lobby
     2.     Batting Cages
     3.     Turf Field/Training Area
     4.     Sprint/Agility Lanes
     5.     Gym/Weight Training Area



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So break out your sneakers and get ready to get your sweat on! Check out the T3 Performance YouTube channel for more on the upcoming project.