As a leader in sports construction equipment, Sportsfield Specialties is at the forefront of sports equipment design and technology. For the latest product developments and other company news, explore the latest news, photos and video.
Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. received top honors at the American Sports Builders Association’s (ASBA) 2021 Technical Meeting Award Ceremony in Orlando, Florida in early December. Accolades included Game Changer Awards for two new product innovations, the Baseball Pitching Mound Forming System and Discus / Hammer Cage WheelForm; and recognition for their role as equipment supplier on several award-winning sports construction projects.
Since its beginnings in 1998, Sportsfield Specialties has earned the trust of stadium designers for their vast experience, industry innovations, and commitment to quality, safety, and customer service. So, when Major League Soccer (MLS) Commissioner Don Garber announced a multi-year expansion that included construction of several new stadiums and the modernization of existing facilities, it was no surprise that Sportfield Specialties, Inc. had a place on the roster of equipment suppliers.
North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad, a region known for its thriving industrial culture, located between Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point, is getting a new resident. In early October, Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. will join the list of top-name manufacturers doing business in the heart of the Piedmont.
Multi-use and stand-alone athletic venues alike have unique challenges associated with modern sports facilities. For some, the challenge is to find portable equipment that is durable enough to withstand regular mobility for field changes. For others, it is a desire for increased safety without compromising aesthetics or spectator experience. And some are just looking for equipment that functions a little better. Addressing the wide array of needs from venues, at all levels of play, takes active communication between facility managers, end users, and the manufacturers. In fact, communication is the key to innovations in the sports field equipment industry.
Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. is excited to announce a new tool for customers—the Sportsfield Specialties Client Resources App. The app gives installers, designers, and facility managers easy access to hundreds of documents in the palm of their hands. To access the app and its many resources, visit app.sportsfield.com. Content includes: Cut Sheets, 3-Part Specs, Installation Instructions, CAD Drawings, Color Charts, and Instructional Videos.
Since MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred’s 2016 recommendation to extend protective netting at league ballparks, Sportsfield Specialties, Inc.’s Ultra Cross® Knotless Baseball Netting has been at the vanguard of barrier netting technology. Today, it is the preferred product of NCAA, MiLB, and MLB clubs across North America. The product’s success is a result of engineered durability, a low-profile design, and exceptional performance, which is certified through 3rd party testing.
Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. is pleased to announce improved resources for athletic venue managers and sports construction clients. In addition to providing technical documents such as cut sheets, install instructions, CAD drawings, 3-part specifications, and color charts, Sportsfield will now also provide detailed instructional and operation videos for various products in their athletic equipment cache.
Sportsfield Specialties, makers of Custom Indoor Batting Tunnels for all levels of play, has been providing quality and confidence to clients looking for athletic field equipment for over 20 years. Whether looking for stationary, drop-down, or retractable cages, Sportsfield’s in-house engineers provide professionally designed solutions to unique challenges of indoor sports facilities.
Last year was unprecedented on many fronts, but that did not slow down the team at Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. In fact, they closed out 2020 with improved product designs, several newly awarded and pending patents, and honors from the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA).
For coaches and ballpark managers across the country, Sportsfield Specialties Inc.’s new Solid Surface Batter’s Eye could not have come sooner. In fact, Kevin DeVantier, Director of Sales for Sportsfield’s direct division, said during his tenure, he has had conversations with numerous clients frustrated by material failures from traditional windscreen-style batter’s eyes.