+ Other Playing Surfaces Projects
+ Other Playing Surfaces Projects

Case Western Reserve University

DiSanto Field

OSPORTS provided architecture and civil engineering design services for the installation of a new synthetic field playing surface for Case Western Reserve University’s DiSanto Field. The scope of the project involved removing the existing artificial turf playing surface at DiSanto Field and regrading the existing stone base to achieve preferred field cross slopes for athletic events. A new FieldTurf Revolution 360 artificial turf system with EPDM infill was chosen to be installed at the existing stadium as it best fit the projects needs as a multisport field. OSPORTS designed the new field to accompany NCAA football and soccer as well as assisting with mid-field and sideline logo designs. This project also included the installation of an EPDM infill mix, which consists of a 100% virgin rubber material. This infill is a safer and more health conscious infill alternative than the common SBR rubber infill mixes. Project Cost: $450,000. Completed: 2017
 

Nobby's Ballpark

OSPORTS provided architectural and civil engineering design services for the installation of a new synthetic turf playing surface at Nobby’s Ballpark. The scope of the project involved removing the existing clay and natural grass infield areas and portions of foul territory and replacing with an artificial turf playing surface. A new AstroTurf Diamond Series turf system was chosen to be installed at the existing ballpark as it best fit the projects needs for baseball. This project also includes the installation of an EPDM infill mix, which consists of a 100% virgin rubber material. This infill is a safer and more health conscious infill alternative than the common SBR rubber infill mixes. OSPORTS/Osborn also designed a field underdrain and collector pipe system to drain the new field area as well assisting with on-deck circle and field logo designs for CWRU. Project Cost: $245,000. Completed: 2017
 

Mather Park

OSPORTS provided architectural and civil engineering design services for the installation of a new softball field playing surface at Mather Park. The scope of the project involved removing the existing clay infield mix and installing a new “artificial dirt” playing surface. OSPORTS and CWRU collaborated to choose Hilltopper® Infield Mix, an artificial dirt-like product, to be installed at Mather Park. This unique product repels water and allows maintenance crews to mop up excess water after heavy rain events. This gives the university the unique ability to avoid frequent rainouts for softball games during early spring. Project Cost: $135,000. Completed: 2017