Paragon Sports Constructors field crew arrived onsite in New Orleans, Louisiana today to begin work on the new synthetic turf football field for Fisher High School in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
Paragon Sports Constructors was awarded the project by Jefferson Parish, Louisiana through a competitive sealed bid process. Paragon personnel will perform all phases of
the work and will subcontract to Fieldturf to install their new Revolution monofilament infill turf system. The new Revolution synthetic turf field will be one of the first of its kind installed in the U.S. and will feature purple end zones with gold lettering and the Fisher High School gator mascot at mid-field.
“This is a very exciting project for Paragon Sports because it marks a return to New Orleans, an area where our crews have considerable experience. We are also excited
to be working again with Fieldturf and look forward to seeing their new Revolution turf product,” said Bret Allen, VP of Sales and Marketing for Paragon Sports Constructors.
Paragon Sports Constructors crews have previously teamed with Fieldturf on several projects in Louisiana including the installation of synthetic turf at Joe Aillet Stadium for Louisiana Tech University.
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