Paragon Sports Constructors was approved by Fort Worth Independent School District’s Board of Trustees last night to build new synthetic turf practice fields at Arlington Heights High School and Paschal High School.
“The schools individually solicited proposals for their respective projects but in the end they each knew that Paragon Sports has the capability and experience to provide the quality project that they are looking for,” said Bret Allen, Vice President of Sales for Paragon Sports Constructors.
Paragon Sports Constructors converted the natural grass fields at Farrington Field, Herman E. Clark Stadium and Scarborough-Handley Stadium in 2010 to Desso D-Vision
synthetic turf fields. The new fields at AHHS and PHS will receive Desso iDNA synthetic turf, the latest generation product from Desso Sports Systems.
“The coaches have played and practiced on the fields we previously constructed for the (FWISD) district so they already know the quality they can expect from our
company,” commented William Chaffe, President of Paragon Sports Constructors, “it is an honor for our company to be recognized for our performance by being awarded
these two new fields.”
Paragon Sports Constructors completed the synthetic turf field renovation of Wichita Falls Independent School District’s Memorial
Stadium just in time for the 75th Annual Maskat Shrine Temple’s Oil Bowl this past Saturday.
The popular stadium close to the Texas-Oklahoma border played host to the legendary TEXHOMA All-Star Game once again for its Diamond Anniversary; but this time on a
brand new Desso iDNA synthetic turf field constructed by Paragon Sports Constructors.
“The timeline for completion was tight given the scope of work involved,” said William Chaffe, President of Paragon Sports Constructors. “We were able to completely rebuild
the field in less than 45 days and keep the legendary game at Memorial Stadium.”
Paragon Sports Constructors scope of work was to remove the existing surface draining synthetic turf, tear out the asphalt base and replace it with a vertically draining stone
base and new synthetic turf surface.
“We were given the field upon completion of the UIL Soccer Playoffs on April 16th with a completion date of June 1st, in time for the historic Oil Bowl. It was a challenge we were up for,” said Bret Allen, VP of Sales for Paragon Sports Constructors.
Oklahoma won the 2012 TEXHOMA Classic 30-20 but Texas still leads the series 46-19-1 all-time.
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