Recycled Rubber Pavers Gain Traction as Green Alternative to Concrete
by Andrew Cohen October 2010
Recycled (and recyclable) pavers are gaining traction as a green alternative to concrete.
Real Madrid Getting Its Kicks at UCLA
by Michael Popke July 2010
As part of an effort to build soccer's popularity in the United States, Real Madrid - the Spanish soccer team that has been dubbed the most successful club of the 20th century - is taking a brief preseason tour of California, playing Major League Soccer teams. Among the stops next week will be games against Club America in San Francisco on Aug. 4 and against the Los Angeles Galaxy on Aug. 7 at the Rose Bowl.
Track Surface Drainage Systems Come with Several Design Options
by Paul Steinbach July 2010
Now a standard component of competitive tracks, surface drainage systems come with several design options.
Dallas Builds Urban Park Atop Freeway Deck
by Nicholas Brown May 2010
An iconic urban park is taking shape atop a sun belt freeway.
In Search of a Qualified Track and Tennis Court Builder
by Mary Helen Sprecher March 2010
Look beneath the surface when searching for a qualified builder of tennis courts or tracks.
CPSC Issues Alert Regarding Light Pole Inspections
by Paul Steinbach September 2009
Public Parks Serve as Battlegrounds in Fight over Gun Rights
by Nicholas Brown August 2009
Public parks often serve as battlegrounds in the fight over Second Amendment rights.
Study: Recycled Crumb Rubber in Synthetic Turf Poses No Health Threat
by Michael Popke August 2009
A New York study claims recycled crumb rubber in synthetic turf poses no threat, but the EPA has yet to weigh in.
Maintenance of Fields, Tracks, Courts and Rinks Affects Game and Globe
by Paul Steinbach June 2009
The manner in which fields, tracks, courts and rinks are produced and maintained affects not only the game but the globe.
How to Fight Fire Ants
by Michael Popke May 2009
Four steps for controlling fire ants on your playing fields.