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, 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!
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