Catastrophic Injuries Intensify Focus On Safety at Field Eevents
by Paul Steinbach December 2008
Catastrophic injuries resulting from the hurling of heavy implements and human bodies have intensified the safety focus surrounding field events.
Topdressing Often Overlooked In Field Maintenance
by Michael Popke December 2008
Despite its reputation as a key component of field maintenance, topdressing often gets overlooked because of financial and educational barriers.
Regular Maintenance Dramatically Reduces Detritus In Synthetic Turf
by Andrew Cohen October 2008
Regular maintenance can reduce the amount of detritus hidden within the blades of synthetic turf fields.
Defective Track and Unwanted Repairs Give School Lesson In Contract Law
by John T. Wolohan October 2008
A defective track and repeated unsuccessful repairs give a school district an unwanted lesson in contract law.
Numerous Decisions Go Into Buying the Right Synthetic Turf Field
by Paul Steinbach October 2008
Synthetic turf systems have evolved over the past quarter century, but buying the right field still requires plenty of decision-making.
Providing Bathrooms for Outdoor Recreation a Dirty, Necessary Job
by Nicholas Brown September 2008
Providing bathrooms for outdoor recreation can be a dirty job, and it also may be a necessary one.
For-Profit Facilities Meet Demand for Community Fields
by Paul Steinbach June 2008
Where public agencies have struggled to meet demand for recreational green space, for-profit sportsplex entrepreneurs eagerly fill the void.
Synthetic Turf Makers Hope Random Tests Will End Toxicity Scare
by Andrew Cohen May 2008
Synthetic turf industry officials hope that the planned random testing of fields by two federal agencies will end this spring's turf-toxicity scare.
Can Sidelines Be Made Safer for Athletes Who tread Out of Bounds?
by Paul Steinbach April 2008
Can the sidelines be safer for athletes who tread out of bounds?
Bleacher Theft From Parks and Fields Attributed to Cost of Steel
by Nicholas Brown March 2008
Widespread bleachers theft from parks and sports fields is being attributed to dramatic spikes in prices for raw metals.