From the air structures first used to cover military radar antennas ASATI's engineers and manufacturing personnel have pioneered the commercial use of air-supported structures for both industrial and recreational applications.  We are proud to call ourselves the pioneers of the air supported structures industry.

In 1963, Mr. Dan Fraioli, ASATI's CEO, designed and erected the first air-supported structure over a tennis court, spawning the recognition of the versatility of air-supported structures for the entire sporting and recreation industry.  Five years later, ASATI introduced the first cable safety net system, covering a track and field facility at Harvard University.

Since its history began, ASATI has patented, designed, engineered and built more than 5000 air supported structures.  ASATI has received awards for many projects, including special citations from Fabric Structures Association, American Institute of Architects and The American Association of School Administrators.