The Salt Lake District desired to install a new turf field using a sand-based soil. The renovation of the adjacent track, practice field and softball field outfield were included as part of the project. A new soccer field replaced the existing field. Retaining walls provided for not only a larger replacement
Field, but also the construction of proper slopes and grades. A modified USGA sand base was selected and installed over a herringbone drainage system. A new perimeter underground drain removes water from the field at a rate of 12-18” per hour. The existing track was entirely reconstructed, and a high-grade Mondo system provided. The existing practice field was also renovated, including the irrigation system and removable goal posts. The new soccer field provides a field slightly smaller than a world cup sized field. A new retaining wall and reconstruction of the existing parking area allows for the addition of the soccer field in this area.
SERVICES: Site Design, Field Deign, Court Design, Architectural Landscape
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Salt Lake City, UT | 8.6 Acres | 2012
Conversion to synthetic field at the stadium significantly reduced water consumption for maintenance. Soccer field irrigation reduces water consumption with use of smart timers to control water usage.