Matching articles for Sports Facilities – Outdoor - Sports Fields: 46
Facility Profile - April 2017
When faced with the choice between synthetic and natural turf, this university chose the best of both worlds.
Facility Profile - March 2017
The New York Red Bulls team training facility in East Hanover, N.J., was the first facility in the country to be Environmentally Certified by the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA). Two weeks later, their stadium in Harrison, N.J., became certified as well.
Feature Article - February 2017
Is synthetic turf or natural turf best for your sports and recreation programming? The answer is, both. There are reasons to use one or the other, but for many facilities, a combination of the two will maximize programming possibilities.
Guest Column - January 2017
Sports fields require attention and care to ensure playability and safety for athletes. Luckily, there's a team of trained professionals who have the know-how to keep your fields in tip-top shape.
Feature Article - October 2016
Sports and fitness surfaces for indoor facilities often need to serve a variety of needs, from sport activities to hosting events and more. Learn more about what makes a good surface for a range of programming.
Web Exclusive - October 2016
Since 2015, the Healthy Turf. Healthy Kids. Initiative has renovated more than 607,000 square feet of athletic and recreational green spaces. Learn more about how to add your community's name to the hat to get your own athletic field renovation project under way.
Web Exclusive - September 2016
When the University of Cincinnati replaced its synthetic turf surface, it led to an unexpected playing surface upgrade at a Southwest Missouri high school.
Guest Column - July 2016
More and more schools and colleges are finding out that synthetic turf can be an effective solution for extending their season and programming on their baseball fields.
Facility Profile - April 2016
When this high school needed a new field for its football team and other programs, it looked to the experience of local experts.
Situated right outside the entrance to the InfoCision football stadium at the University of Akron in Ohio is a special new addition—a John W. Heisman Custom Bronze Statue.