Paragon Sports Constructors crews have begun work on the new synthetic turf field and running track at the Wheatley Heights Sports Complex in
Paragon Sports will be providing turn-key construction of the synthetic turf field and running track at the sports complex’s new stadium. Desso D-Vision was the synthetic
turf of choice along with Beynon’s BSS 300 embedded track surface. MJ Boyle is the Construction Manager for the new sports park.
“This will be a first class athletic facility featuring some of the finest turf and track products available – exactly what Paragon Sports stands for,” Bret Allen, VP of Sales
and Marketing regarding the surface selection for the project.
“This project showcases the strength and versatility of our company. We are able to provide our clients a turn-key solution to their sports construction project as well as bestof-class turf and track surface options,” said William Chaffe, President of Paragon Sports Constructors.
The Birdville Independent School District Board of Education voted this past Thursday to enter into a contract with Paragon Sports
Constructors to replace the synthetic turf playing field at the Birdville ISD Fine Arts and Athletics Complex.
“The Fine Arts and Athletics Complex in Birdville is a tremendous venue that will now have a new, top of the line synthetic turf system to match the greatness of the facility”
stated William Chaffe, President of Paragon Sports Constructors.
Work is set to begin this week with the removal of the nine year old synthetic turf. After some minor refurbishment of the field’s base a new Regupol Abzorb shock pad will be
installed followed by the D-Vision 60mm artificial turf system manufactured by Desso Sports Systems of Belgium.
“Birdville ISD and the Athletics Staff for the district did their research, visited multiple turf fields across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and ultimately selected Paragon Sports
Constructors and Desso D-Vision turf. Paragon Sports came out on top because of the knowledge and professionalism of the company and the quality of the turf system
recommended,” commented Byron Williams, Sales team member for Paragon Sports Constructors.
The new artificial turf field is due for completion mid-August in-time for the first game at the complex on August 25th.
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