Quincy High School – Quincy, WA

Quincy High School will have a tremendous expansion of athletic facilities and exciting attractions: new tennis courts, baseball fields, softball fields, practice and game-day fields for football and soccer, and the list goes on. In addition, the bigger facilities also mean that Quincy might become a destination for larger tournaments, such as the Amateur Athletic Union, a nationwide youth sports organization.

TTII is proud to have supplied our infill for this great project.

Southern Illinois University – Carbondale, IL

New turf installation was recently completed at Saluki Football Stadium at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL – replacing the original turf installed in 2010.

This horseshoe shaped facility has a seating capacity of 15,000 and features a two-story press box, traditional booths for radio, television and print media, 12 club suites, VIP Club Room, a 20×40 foot scoreboard with video replay capabilities, multiple concessions and restrooms.

TTII is very happy to have supplied top quality infill for the new turf at this stadium field.

Duncanville High School – Duncanville, TX

Duncanville High School, located in Duncanville, Texas is the second largest high school campus in the United States. Established in 1935, the school now enrolls over 4000 students and has excellent sporting facilities and programs. In May and June 2019, the school’s 10,000 seat football stadium underwent some upgrades and received a brand new playing field.

TTII was pleased to supply over 400,000 lb of our top quality infill for this project.

Veterans Field – Laredo, TX

Built in 1950 to honor those in the American armed forces who have served their country, Veterans Field in Laredo, Texas has been home to many sports teams over the years.  It has recently received a well-deserved upgrade that includes new bathrooms, sports lighting, seating, a press office, fieldhouse, and a brand new eye-catching turf field.  We are pleased to have supplied our infill for the turf field project.

Watkins Field (Gardner High School) – Gardner, MA

The Watkins field first opened in 1977, and after over 40 years they are renovating the entire facility. The condition of the old field had become a safety concern for the Gardner School. They are placing a new synthetic turf field which will be safer, and it can be used more often as it does not damage as grass does. The field will be lined for soccer, football, and field hockey and it could be an opportunity to generate more revenue by hosting tournaments.

TTII is proud to have supplied our infill for this great project.

Liberty Field – North Caldwell, NJ

Opening in the spring of 2019 the Liberty Field in North Caldwell went through a complete overhaul by adding new soccer fields and field hockey field. The new facility now supports numerous sporting events in the community and features a new walking path for all to enjoy. 

TTII is delighted to have supplied infill material for this project.

Sunrise Park – Rohnert Park, CA

A new all-weather multi-use sports field is currently under construction in Rohnert Park, CA replacing Sunrise Park Field. Construction began in September 2018 with city council expecting the new field to be completed by June 2019.

The 9 acre park has numerous athletic fields along with basketball courts, tennis courts and a large picnic and playground area. The new all-weather synthetic turf field will support various sports such as soccer, rugby, lacrosse and football and will feature brand new lights along with a scoreboard and bleacher seating.

We wish the Sonoma community, local clubs and school teams much enjoyment and success with their new playing field.

TTII is very pleased to have supplied infill material for Sunrise Park Field.

Sheldon Independent School District – Houston, TX

Sheldon Independent School District, located in the booming corridor northeast of Houston – Texas, is the second fastest-growing school district in the Houston area. In the past five years, Sheldon ISD’s student population has grown 24 percent, or roughly one 700-student elementary school campus a year. By 2025, Sheldon ISD will have 15,000 students; nearly double its current pupil population.

To handle the growth, Sheldon ISD rezoned students at its eight elementary schools and made plans to build a new 570,000-square-foot collegiate-inspired campus on 185 wooded acres. The campus features a new comprehensive and professional high school that will house up to 3,500 students; a new 10,000-seat football stadium; and several athletic facilities, including a track, baseball and softball fields, and tennis courts. Plans for a new elementary school, and renovations to the existing middle and high schools are also underway.

Target Technologies has been proud to supply our infill for this amazing project!

Tomato Bowl – Jacksonville, TX

In 1940, the Jacksonville’s historic Tomato Bowl opened before its official completion to host its first event. Fast forward to 2019, for only the second time in 80 years the Tomato Bowl stadium has undergone massive renovations.

Aiming to preserve the stadium’s history as the landmark of downtown Jacksonville, the original walls have been kept and other historical items will be worked in to the displays. But this is a complete upgrade. The original concrete seating has been replaced by new bleachers with more capacity and accessibility for people with disabilities. Bigger dressing rooms, more concessions, a rebuilt press-box, a new video scorecard added, and the center jewel: the brand new turf field. Target Technologies is very pleased to have supplied our infills for the new field in this history-rich stadium.

Mamaroneck High School – Mamaroneck, NY

Home of the “Tigers” the Mamaroneck High School in New York recently completed upgrades to their Memorial Field. The community of Mamaroneck came together to help support the upgrade of this amazing multi-sport field enjoyed by their soccer, lacrosse, football and field hockey teams.

TTII is happy to supply both the sand and our Tru-Play 57 EPDM for this project. Way to go Tigers!