Wednesday, February 3, 2016

#LifeOnTheRoad - Simple Shade Structure

This is another post in a periodic series entitled #LifeOnTheRoad.  The background is simple.  During my travels I  encounter many grounds managers/coaches doing great things.  Because of this, I have started this series.  The goal - expose more grounds managers, coaches, architects, etc to areas of facility and sports turf maintenance that may be implemented to their facility/design.

This past week I had an opportunity to visit the Miss Softball Complex in Sarasota, FL.  All 6 fields at the complex have native Florida infield mix.  All 6 infields have had the mix amended with FieldSaver90 from DuraEdge.  While on site to walk the infields I saw a nice and basic shade structure. 







I’m sure the fans appreciate this structure during the hot and sunny summer conditions.

Go to j-dturf.com to learn more about J&D Turf. 

Play on!
--Jamie
@JamieMehringer

1 comment:

  1. In playgrounds the shade structures are installed to provide complete protection from sun rays which makes the shady and the coolest environment for audience to enjoy the full sight of match in hot summer days. Thanks for sharing this nice post.
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