It's that time of year for the Lloyd Sports + Engineering gang to all get together again. Our team works from many different states across the country, so we are not always collaborating in person. To remedy this, we regularly organize site visits and dinners for us to reconnect in person. Here's to another successful Lloyd weekend!
The Arizona Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects (AZASLA) hosted their annual awards gala on October 19th, 2022 at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix. Members from Lloyd Sports + Engineering were in attendance to celebrate the occasion with other local landscape architects, sponsors, students, and additional guests.
Zach Temple was recognized during the event for receiving the Trailblazer Award from Bob Shottke with Hunter Irrigation. In addition, Valerie Ahyong who currently serves as the AZASLA Chapter President and on the gala committee, gave a welcoming president's message during the program. Congratulations to all of the award recipients and to AZASLA for another successful gala.
Pictured left to right: Bob Milano, Jr, Valerie Ahyong, Zach Temple, and Bob Shottke (Hunter Irrigation)
Recently in the Denver Post, they released an article on the inagural high school girls flag football season in Denver. More than 500 athletes have joined the game across the school district. Flag football is growing in popularity with both women and men, because they feel it's safer than tackle football and it's less expensive as there is less equipment needed.
Read the full article here!
Here at Lloyd Sports + Engineering we are lucky enough to be a part of a team where our two "bosses" create an environment where everyone can flourish. Every member of the team is encouraged to determine their own unique path for growth in their career. This means everyone plays a critical role in the company, in a way that is motivating to each person distinctly. Bob Milano, Jr. and Anthony Stevenson aren't "bosses" in the traditional sense, they are truly exceptional leaders. Today we can say THANKS to both of you, for all you do.
The Marcos De Niza High School's synthetic football field is the latest and greatest synthetic field project for the Lloyd team. This field completion rounds off the last of a three year, six schools, field conversion project for Tempe Union High School District. Fields Inc., along with the Shaw team, got the field ready in time for the high school's first home game against Amphitheater High School from Tucson, AZ. Lloyd participated in the dedication event which occured at the 50 yard line during halftime, and included folks from the project team, TUHSD School Board Members, Marcos De Niza Staff and Athletics, and a special appearance by Mr. Sanchez, Jr., who the stadium is named after. (not sure if its stadium or field). Thank you again to the wonderful team for another successful project. M-D-N! Go Padres!