As participation and support for high school athletics continue to grow, so does the need and expectations for athletic facility design. Regardless of whether it’s for soccer, football, and lacrosse fields or for track and field surfaces, industry trends are constantly changing to ensure high school athletic facilities are as user- and spectator-friendly as modern college and professional stadiums.
Join Landscape Architects, Tim West and Clay Schneckloth as they present details about specialty surfaces for tennis courts, tracks, and synthetic turf fields. With nearly 40 years of combined experience, our designers will discuss the evolving challenges of the industry and share practical recommendations to make the most of your current facility. You’ll walk away with the knowledge you can put into play, today!
Here’s What You’ll Learn From the Discussion:
With over 17 years of experience as a licensed Landscape Architect, Clay understands the importance of sticking to budgets and that meticulous scheduling is critical for successful sports complex projects. He specializes in designs for tennis, basketball, and pickleball courts, as well as running tracks, baseball, softball, football, and soccer fields.
Tim has designed and managed athletic field and sports complex projects for over 22 years. As a licensed Landscape Architect, he has a special interest in the design and construction of specialty athletic surfaces for outdoor facilities and has managed over 20 synthetic turf and track projects in his career.