Sports Turf Begins Phase II of Fulton County Schools’ Athletic Facility Renovations

Sports Turf Company, a specialty sports construction and surfacing company, is proud they are beginning phase II of Fulton County schools’ athletic facility renovations. This phase will include: three practice fields, one stadium replacement, three track resurfacing and one shot put + discus. These renovations will take place at the following schools:

  • Cambridge High School
  • Langston Hughes High School
  • Johns Creek High School
  • Banneker High School
  • Tri-Cities High School

Sports Turf will renovate the existing natural grass practice fields at all three high schools as well as Cambridge High School’s stadium field, to an AstroTurf artificial turf system. The artificial turf system that will be installed will feature monofilament fibers with a RootZone layer of texturized fibers for optimum durability and better shock absorbency. 

In addition to the field renovations, the existing eight-lane running track surfaces at Johns Creek HS, Cambridge HS, and Langston Hughes HS will be resurfaced with Rekortan M synthetic surface, a World Athletics-certified, impermeable system featuring two distinct layers. This system delivers force reduction, ensures stability for predictable footing, and is sealed to protect against moisture intrusion.

“We are honored that Fulton County Schools has the faith in the Sports Turf to complete such a large-scale project, that will benefit multiple sports on campus” said Todd Wiggins, President of Sports Turf Company. “It is a privilege to work with a school system that does their due diligence when selecting companies that will construct their facilities.”

Sports Turf Company specializes in construction and installation of all different types of sport surfaces including natural grass and artificial turf football, baseball, soccer fields, tennis courts and track surfaces. In addition, Sports Turf prides itself on serving as a consultant and owner’s advocate through the entire process of selecting the best facility drainage and surfaces to meet owners’ specific needs. 

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