• High School to Install Synthetic Turf Field

    by Robert Anderson April 2017

    Within the next month, work is scheduled to begin on the installation of an artificial turf surface at William Byrd High School, replacing the natural grass that has been in place since the Terriers first kicked a football.

  • UW Regents Approve $15.3M Fieldhouse Addition

    by Telegraph Herald April 2017

    University of Wisconsin System regents recently granted authority to University of Wisconsin-Platteville to construct a 59,000-square-foot addition to the Williams Fieldhouse complex, according to a press release.

  • Bouldering Gym Opens in Spokane

    by Eli Francovich March 2017

    Spokane's second climbing gym, the Bloc Yard Bouldering Gym, will open Tuesday. The bouldering-only gym was set to open in early March, but the city permitting process delayed the process, said co-owner Adam Healy.

  • Architects Named for Connecticut HS Athletic Complex

    by Jean Falbo-Sosnovich March 2017

    A pair of architects have scored the task of giving the school district's athletic complex a major-league facelift.

  • District Approves $900K for High School Gym Upgrades

    by Timothy Chipp March 2017

    Abilene Independent School District trustees approved spending up to $900,000 to replace the flooring and seating inside the competition gyms at both Abilene and Cooper high schools during Monday's school board meeting.

  • Volleyball Club Plans to Move Into $7M Facility

    by John Reid Blackwell March 2017

    The Richmond (Va.) Volleyball Club, which has more than 3,000 members, is planning to move into a 50,000-square-foot volleyball facility in Chesterfield County.

  • Overnight Fire Causes Fitness Club $2M in Damages

    by Courtney Cameron March 2017

    On Wednesday, an overnight fire devastated the Cedardale Health and Fitness Center, destroying a quarter of the building and causing approximately $2 million in damages.

  • Michigan Regents Approve $21M for Field House

    by Crain's Detroit Business February 2017

    The University of Michigan Board of Regents last week approved a preliminary $21 million plan to refurbish the Oosterbaan Field House and add a new football training center.

  • District to Vote on Natural Grass Field

    by Scott Eidler February 2017

    For the third time in four years, Sag Harbor school district voters will decide on renovating the athletic field at Pierson Middle/High School.

  • County Officials Revoke Club’s Rights to Field Lights

    by Courtney Cameron December 2016

    Last Thursday, local officials in Harrison County, Miss., sent a message to the constituents of the South Mississippi Soccer Club by turning off the field lights, effectively halting practice and enforcing the value of resource frugality.