Sports Turf Company is Back at Enterprise High School to Renovate Wildcat Stadium
Sports Turf Company, a specialty sports construction and surfacing company, is proud to announce they have been awarded the project for Enterprise High School’s stadium field renovation in Enterprise, AL. The stadium’s field is now the second athletic facility project awarded to Sports Turf Company for Enterprise High School. In 2019 Sports Turf Company completed the Wildcat’s athletic complex which included the construction of a running track around the existing natural grass field and tennis courts.
“We’re excited to have Sports Turf Company back on campus to complete the renovation of Wildcat Stadium,” said Enterprise City Schools Superintendent, Greg Faught. “Sports Turf has demonstrated an exceptional understanding of our needs for improving our athletic facilities in previous years and we’re excited to continue our working relationship.”
Wildcat Stadium in Enterprise, AL will feature AstroTurf’s Rhino Blend turf system, Brock Powerbase YSR shock pad, and BrockFILL. AstroTurf’s Rhino Blend artificial turf system is a high quality two-fiber system that provides aesthetics and durability with economy in mind. The revolutionary Brock Powerbase YSR shock pad technology features large drainage channels, shock-absorbing structures and 25mm thickness to improve player safety and provide more effective drainage. BrockFILL is the latest in alternative infills and is sustainably grown and harvested here in Georgia. The unique properties of the wood infill, BrockFILL, decreases field temperatures and gives the feel of a more natural surface with increased traction and footing for athletes.
“Enterprise High School has shown a great commitment to providing the best facilities to benefit their student-athletes,” said Todd Wiggins, President of Sports Turf Company. “The system we are installing at Enterprise High School while economical, when coupled with BrockFILL and Brock Powerbase YSR shock pad makes it an incredibly safe and high-quality playing surface.”