This Flashback Friday we bring you Tempe Union Schools in Arizona. The Lloyd Sports + Engineering team has been working closely with the Tempe Union High School District, AZ for the last few years in their track and field upgrades. Over the previous two years we finished four schools; McClintock, Corona Del Sol, Desert Vista and Tempe High School. This year we are working on two more; Marcos De Niza and Mountain Point. The district is getting a makeover one field at a time!
Lloyd Sports + Engineering was asked to evaluate and redesign the surfacing for the Golden Bear Tennis Courts. A few concepts were studied showing half court basketball, tennis, pickleball and futsal court striping. The final selection optimized the size of the futsal court and aligned other sport striping to share lines. This project was small enough to be a maintenance project, so Lloyd worked with the school to define the different scopes for purchasing, thus expediting the renovation process. Go Bears!
Episode 4 of Crismon High School drone footage in Queen Creek, Arizona. School has officially begun. The classrooms, auditorium and gymnasium buildings are complete. The track surface is all ready for use and the grass is growing on the softball and baseball fields. Thanks again to our in-house drone pilot, Jake Ireland. Highlighting our partners on this project: The Town of Queen Creek and the Queen Creek Unified School District, Orcutt | Winslow and Core Construction.
Friday night lights will be on this week at the Mountain Pointe High School's new synthetic football field! Tempe Union High School District and the project team is well on their way to making this field a reality for the school and its students. Both Mountain Pointe and Marcos De Niza football fields utilizes Shaw Sports Turf's "Game On" turf technology. The Lloyd team is looking forward to seeing the stadium filled and field in use at Mountain Pointe's first home game against Chaparrel!