EMMANUAL COLLEGE POINT COOK MELBOURNE
Pleased to announce we have been awarded the contract to construct a new POLIGRAS soccer field at the school.
This follows on from other successful projects carried out at the school by us which include a half soccer field and extensive multisport and passive synthetic grass areas.
Construction has commenced and is expected to be completed in June 2013.
TASMANIAN FOOTBALL FEDERATION
Handover of the new FIFA 2 star Poligras soccer field was carried out on April 7th and attended by the Hon Andrew Wilkie Federal member for Dennison, who provided the funding for the project, along with Senator Carol Brown, Glenorchy City Council Mayor, Stuart Slade and Tasmanian Football Federation President Sean Collins.
Everyone absolutely thrilled with the news all weather state of the art pitch, completed on time and on budget.
Well done to our senior site manager Paul Ford and his team.
Recently completed a new cricket training facility at Laurimar for Whittlesea Council.
Completed a FIFA 2 star Poligras synthetic soccer field for Tasmanian Football Federation in Glenorchy. On time and on budget. All delighted with the first FIFA 2 star international field in Tasmania. Our crew are ready, willing and able to travel anywhere to build these world class facilities.
Laying of the new grass at Glenorchy headquarters of Tasmanian Football Federation has commenced.
Just completed the construction of a 6000 m2 multi sports field at St John's
Catholic Primary school in Thomastown, Victoria. Using Poligras 50mm sand and rubber infilled with Grass laid in the "Wembly" pattern replicating freshly mowed natural turf, for the main field, with a Supergrasse running track and other sports around the perimeter. Principal Frank Vetrone and his school community are absolutely delighted with the results.
A first for Grassports with a synthetic grass computer generated and woven Scotch College Crest inserted into the new multipurpose sports and fitness area at the Junior School campus. Grassports are able to create any logo or crest in a suitable grass product for any application on a sports field or leisure area.
MEDIA RELEASE. HEADQUARTERS OF TASMANIAN FOOTBALL FEDERATION.
Construction has commenced at PLC College in Melbourne, of a new POLIGRAS hockey and tennis complex incorporating International lighting to FIH specifications.
The project will also incorporate a 360000 litre water harvesting system.
Our men are off to New Caledonia to assist in the installation of 2 Supergrasse and 2 Policlay tennis courts for our good client Sports Technology International.
Grassports Australia has been elected to the Department of Education panel on the Synthetic surfaces installation pilot project, to carry out installations of high quality synthetic sporting facilities throughout schools in Victoria.
Our first projects are at Bendigo SE Secondary College where we will install a FIFA 1* soccer field and Epping Views Primary School where we will install a large passive recreational area along with a running track.
We are the selected and successful supplier of a new FIFA 1* POLIGRAS soccer field to be installed for WATPAC CONSTRUCTIONS at Truganina in Melbourne’s South West.
Grassports recently installed two F.I.F.A 2 star soccer fields for Sports Technology International at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex.
Liga Turf Cool Grass, a new synthetic grass surface was installed, which is up to 20% cooler in the summer than other synthetic grass. The project required extensive base and drainage construction as well as a 20mm “insitu” rubber shock pad.
The field has been designed using the “Wembley Pattern” of grass laying, to give the appearance of freshly mowed natural lawn.
Grassports Australia has recently completed the installation of Victoria’s first Poligras H2Oz hybrid hockey surface at the Hawthorn Malvern Hockey Centre in Hawthorn. This system was installed on a brand new 15mm in situ rubber shock pad. Poligras H2Oz is carries full FIH National Approval.
Home to two of Victoria’s strongest hockey clubs, those at HMHC are now enjoying the benefits that the latest in dry hockey surface technology has to offer. HMHC joins a growing number of clubs and associations in Australia and New Zealand that are experiencing the benefits of such a system.
Grassports Australia’s ability to provide a high quality world class sporting facility in a timely fashion is enforced in the way in which this project was delivered, and we are extremely excited by the positive manner in which this installation has been received by all involved at the club.