AirField Systems http://www.airfieldsystems.com Porous Paving, grass pave firelanes, synthetic turf drainage, natural turf drainage, porous flexible paving, 32 12 43, 32 14 43, golf drainage Wed, 26 Nov 2014 18:09:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 AirDrain for Tennis Court Conversions http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-tennis-court-conversions/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-tennis-court-conversions/#comments Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:49:38 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5497 AirDrain Tennis Court Conversion – What drains better than Air? Ever wonder what to do with that tennis court that is under utilized and sitting empty throughout the year? By simply installing the AirDrain System below synthetic turf you quickly transform the space into a play area that can be used year round. Take a look at the photos below that show how in 3 days this tennis court conversion dramatically changed the look of this space turning it into a multipurpose green space.   Installed atop a sealed court surface the AirDrain Drainage System provides 100% vertical drainage and a 92% air void beneath the entire surface of your Synthetic Turf all but eliminating infill migration. Raising the turf off of the base also allows the area to be used almost immediately after a rain occurrence since the AirDrain System is only limited by the drainage of the turf above and the exit drain needing only a .25% to .5% slope that is usually already present to allow the water to flow to the designated drain. With multiple variations of installation profiles available to accommodate fall height requirements the AirDrain System can work for just about any project helping to revitalize your recreation area. Some of the Benefits of an AirField Synthetic Turf Drainage System include: • AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for Synthetic Turf • ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments • AirDrain moves approximately 50 gallons of water per square foot per minute, all but eliminating infill migration and the maintenance costs involved in grooming the turf • Patented expansion and contraction built into every part keeping the grid from buckling • The 1” high 92% Air Void allows the cement to stay dry and extends the life of the turf above • AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it and the exit drains capacity • AirDrain can be reused when the synthetic turf must be replaced Please contact AirField Systems with any questions or need for information for your next project. 405-359-3775  

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AirDrain Tennis Court Conversion – What drains better than Air?

Ever wonder what to do with that tennis court that is under utilized and sitting empty throughout the year? By simply installing the AirDrain System below synthetic turf you quickly transform the space into a play area that can be used year round. Take a look at the photos below that show how in 3 days this tennis court conversion dramatically changed the look of this space turning it into a multipurpose green space.

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Installed atop a sealed court surface the AirDrain Drainage System provides 100% vertical drainage and a 92% air void beneath the entire surface of your Synthetic Turf all but eliminating infill migration. Raising the turf off of the base also allows the area to be used almost immediately after a rain occurrence since the AirDrain System is only limited by the drainage of the turf above and the exit drain needing only a .25% to .5% slope that is usually already present to allow the water to flow to the designated drain.

With multiple variations of installation profiles available to accommodate fall height requirements the AirDrain System can work for just about any project helping to revitalize your recreation area.

Some of the Benefits of an AirField Synthetic Turf Drainage System include:

• AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant Gmax for Synthetic Turf
• ASTM testing proves AirDrain’s shock absorption properties reducing strain on joints and ligaments
• AirDrain moves approximately 50 gallons of water per square foot per minute, all but eliminating infill migration and the maintenance costs involved in grooming the turf
• Patented expansion and contraction built into every part keeping the grid from buckling
• The 1” high 92% Air Void allows the cement to stay dry and extends the life of the turf above
• AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it and the exit drains capacity
• AirDrain can be reused when the synthetic turf must be replaced

Please contact AirField Systems with any questions or need for information for your next project. 405-359-3775

 

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AirPave for Aggregate Containment and Drainage Swale http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-aggregate-containment-drainage-swale/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-aggregate-containment-drainage-swale/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 21:20:16 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5375 AirPave for Aggregate Containment and Drainage Swale was utilized by the City of Edmond for their parking lot remodel. This Aggregate Containment Drainage Swale helps capture debris and allows for the runoff of rainwater into a containment pond. A drainage swale is a low tract of land, especially one that is moist or marshy. The term can refer to a natural landscape feature or a human-created one. Artificial swales are often designed to manage water runoff, filter pollutants, and increase rainwater infiltration. Please contact AirField Systems with any questions about Drainage Swales… 405-359-3775

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AirPave for Aggregate Containment and Drainage Swale was utilized by the City of Edmond for their parking lot remodel. This Aggregate Containment Drainage Swale helps capture debris and allows for the runoff of rainwater into a containment pond.

A drainage swale is a low tract of land, especially one that is moist or marshy. The term can refer to a natural landscape feature or a human-created one. Artificial swales are often designed to manage water runoff, filter pollutants, and increase rainwater infiltration.

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Please contact AirField Systems with any questions about Drainage Swales… 405-359-3775

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AirPave Reinforced Turf for Montessori School in Houston http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-reinforced-turf-montessori-school-houston/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airpave-reinforced-turf-montessori-school-houston/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 20:55:13 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5370 AirPave Reinforced Turf flexible porous paving and drainage system for grass fire lanes, reinforced turf paving and swales. With over 400 installations AirPave is 233psi unfilled, 6747psi sand filled and is made of 100% recycled content which can contribute to LEED™ points. AirPave can ship more than 91,000 sqft per truck load and 798 sqft per pallet with each part weighing only 3.1 lbs. CSI# 32 12 43 or 32 14 43 Benefits of an AirPave grass paving system include: • A 40% or more material cost savings over our nearest competitor and over 1,000 more PSI • Up to 45% cost savings on shipping, compared with rolled grass paving systems • AirPave has been installed in over 400 flexible porous paving projects • 100% recycled injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units with an impact modifier added to achieve a (NO-BREAK) plastics classification and a minimum 3% carbon black added for UV protection • Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with clean sharp sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads. • AirPave is shipped palletized at 7 sq. ft. per part 114 parts per pallet and approximately 795 sq. ft. per pallet. Unit weight = 3.10 lbs, volume = 8% solid   Please Contact AirField Systems with any Reinforced Turf questions… 405-359-3775

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AirPave Reinforced Turf flexible porous paving and drainage system for grass fire lanes, reinforced turf paving and swales. With over 400 installations AirPave is 233psi unfilled, 6747psi sand filled and is made of 100% recycled content which can contribute to LEED™ points. AirPave can ship more than 91,000 sqft per truck load and 798 sqft per pallet with each part weighing only 3.1 lbs.

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Benefits of an AirPave grass paving system include:

• A 40% or more material cost savings over our nearest competitor and over 1,000 more PSI

• Up to 45% cost savings on shipping, compared with rolled grass paving systems

• AirPave has been installed in over 400 flexible porous paving projects

• 100% recycled injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units with an impact modifier added to achieve a (NO-BREAK) plastics classification and a minimum 3% carbon black added for UV protection

• Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with clean sharp sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads.

• AirPave is shipped palletized at 7 sq. ft. per part 114 parts per pallet and approximately 795 sq. ft. per pallet. Unit weight = 3.10 lbs, volume = 8% solid

 

Please Contact AirField Systems with any Reinforced Turf questions… 405-359-3775

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AirDrain Synthetic Turf Rooftop Sports Field 95,000 sqft. at Los Angeles Community College. http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-synthetic-turf-rooftop-sports-field-95000-sqft-at-los-angeles-community-college/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-synthetic-turf-rooftop-sports-field-95000-sqft-at-los-angeles-community-college/#comments Thu, 18 Sep 2014 19:29:41 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5363 AirDrain Synthetic Turf Rooftop Sports Field 95,000 sqft. at Los Angeles Community College. Green Roofing with Synthetic Turf and Natural Turf Profiles AirField Systems AirDrain Synthetic Drainage Layer was chosen to replace a competitive product that had not performed up to the standards which were expected. This rooftop sports field needed to be flat and playable across the entire surface without buckles and separations of the under laying drainage layer. AirDrain’s patented expansion and contraction joints allow for just that. A unified drainage system that drains and acts as a shock absorption layer. Benefits of AirField Systems AirDrain in a green roofing system include: • AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant GMAX for artificial turf (See below) • Thickness and resin consistency of AirDrain provides uniform shock absorbency • Shock absorption reduces the strain on joints and ligaments • AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it • Installation time measured in days instead of weeks • AirDrain can be reused when the artificial turf must be replaced • Water harvesting reclamation and reuse • Helps qualify for LEED and other green building credits • A smaller carbon and development footprint with reduced site disturbance • 100% vertical drainage under the entire field surface • Minimizes water related injuries / Less infill migration due to superior drainage • AirDrain is a 100% recycled product • Less infill migration due to superior drainage G MAX Information Existing Conditions for Testing: Turf – 2 1/2” Slit Film, in filled with 50% Green Rubber Infill and 50% Silica Sand. The drainage/shock pad and turf underlying substrate consists of a concrete deck/rooftop, coated with a waterproof membrane and 10 ounce 100% recycled polyester go-textile filter fabric. The Standard Test Method for Shock-Absorbing Properties of Playing Surface Systems and Materials (ASTM F1936-98 American Football Field) testing locations and procedure were performed. The tests were performed using a Triax 2000 A-1 Missile, tripod mounted G max registration unit (www.triax2000.com). This report presents background information on the test procedures, existing conditions, test results and observations in football, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey artificial sports fields. The environmental impact of a green roof is undeniable, and adds significantly to the LEED Point system designed by the USGC in all five major areas: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality. Green roofing replaces the green space displaced by a building, prevents excess storm water drainage, reduces the temperature of a building and the urban heat island effect, protects and extends the useful life of a roof, and reduce energy demands. What’s more, a green roof incorporating AirDrain means your design includes renewable, recycled, and locally obtained materials. We know you have a choice in designing a green roof, and we hope you consider the many benefits of AirDrain.

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AirField Systems AirDrain Synthetic Drainage Layer was chosen to replace a competitive product that had not performed up to the standards which were expected. This rooftop sports field needed to be flat and playable across the entire surface without buckles and separations of the under laying drainage layer. AirDrain’s patented expansion and contraction joints allow for just that. A unified drainage system that drains and acts as a shock absorption layer.
Benefits of AirField Systems AirDrain in a green roofing system include:
• AirDrain creates and helps maintain a constant GMAX for artificial turf (See below)
• Thickness and resin consistency of AirDrain provides uniform shock absorbency
• Shock absorption reduces the strain on joints and ligaments
• AirDrain is only limited by the drainage capacity of the profile above it
• Installation time measured in days instead of weeks
• AirDrain can be reused when the artificial turf must be replaced
• Water harvesting reclamation and reuse
• Helps qualify for LEED and other green building credits
• A smaller carbon and development footprint with reduced site disturbance
• 100% vertical drainage under the entire field surface
• Minimizes water related injuries / Less infill migration due to superior drainage
• AirDrain is a 100% recycled product
• Less infill migration due to superior drainage

G MAX Information Existing Conditions for Testing:
Turf – 2 1/2” Slit Film, in filled with 50% Green Rubber Infill and 50% Silica Sand.
The drainage/shock pad and turf underlying substrate consists of a concrete deck/rooftop, coated with a waterproof membrane and 10 ounce 100% recycled polyester go-textile filter fabric.
The Standard Test Method for Shock-Absorbing Properties of Playing Surface Systems and Materials (ASTM F1936-98 American Football Field) testing locations and procedure were performed. The tests were performed using a Triax 2000 A-1 Missile, tripod mounted G max registration unit (www.triax2000.com). This report presents background information on the test procedures, existing conditions, test results and observations in football, baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey artificial sports fields.

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The environmental impact of a green roof is undeniable, and adds significantly to the LEED Point system designed by the USGC in all five major areas: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality. Green roofing replaces the green space displaced by a building, prevents excess storm water drainage, reduces the temperature of a building and the urban heat island effect, protects and extends the useful life of a roof, and reduce energy demands. What’s more, a green roof incorporating AirDrain means your design includes renewable, recycled, and locally obtained materials. We know you have a choice in designing a green roof, and we hope you consider the many benefits of AirDrain.

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Bellerive Country Club Installs an AirDrain Practice Golf Green http://www.airfieldsystems.com/bellerive-country-club-installs-airdrain-practice-golf-green/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/bellerive-country-club-installs-airdrain-practice-golf-green/#comments Fri, 05 Sep 2014 19:18:12 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5288 Bellerive Country Club host to the 100th PGA Championship, in August of 2018 installed this 7,600 sqft. practice golf green on their Championship Course. They were very pleased with the AirDrain System for Golf Courses and how quickly and easily it was installed. After reviewing the findings of the “Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with AirField Systems and USGA Design” (the five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association) they decided to utilize the AirDrain System for Golf Greens for this project. Click here to see An Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens. Major Championships held at Bellerive Country Club 1949 Western Amateur Championship – Champion: Frank Stranahan 1953 Western Open – Champion: Dutch Harrison 1965 U.S. Open – Champion: Gary Player 1981 U.S. Mid Amateur – Champion: Jim Holtgrieve 1992 PGA Championship – Champion: Nick Price 2001 World Golf Championships, American Express Championship – Not Contested 2004 U.S. Senior Open – Champion: Peter Jacobsen 2008 BMW Championship – Champion: Camilo Villegas 2013 Senior PGA Championship Photos Courtesy of : John Cunningham CGCS – Golf Course Superintendent Jared Brewster -2nd Assistant Superintendent Bellerive Country Club     For any questions please contact AirField Systems at 405-359-3775.

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Bellerive Country Club host to the 100th PGA Championship, in August of 2018 installed this 7,600 sqft. practice golf green on their Championship Course. They were very pleased with the AirDrain System for Golf Courses and how quickly and easily it was installed.

After reviewing the findings of the “Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with AirField Systems and USGA Design” (the five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association) they decided to utilize the AirDrain System for Golf Greens for this project. Click here to see An Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens.

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Photos Courtesy of : John Cunningham CGCS – Golf Course Superintendent

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For any questions please contact AirField Systems at 405-359-3775.

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AirDrain an Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-alternative-gravel-usga-putting-greens/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-alternative-gravel-usga-putting-greens/#comments Mon, 18 Aug 2014 16:19:33 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5268 An Alternative to the Gravel in USGA Putting Greens Photo Caption: The highly porous, 1-inch deep AirDrain (right) offers an alternative to the 4-inch deep gravel layer in the standard USGA putting green design (above left). The USGA supported a research project at Texas A&M University to evaluate Airfield Systems as an alternative to the USGA method for putting green construction. The Airfield green would provide an economic alternative where the cost of gravel or transportation costs to haul gravel are prohibitive. The Airfield design utilizes a highly porous, one-inch grid in place of a four-inch deep gravel layer. The Airfield System has been used successfully on several football, soccer, and baseball fields in the United States. Three different sands in combinations with three gravel sizes were tested in a USGA green along with the same three sands and four different woven geotextiles on the Airfield drain. Periodically during the course of the study, the individual test greens were irrigated until water drained from the greens. The amount of water stored in the different rootzones was then measured for 48 hours. Airfield designed test greens stored about a half-inch more water than USGA designed greens. The woven geotextiles used in the Airfield greens with an apparent opening size of 0.2 mm to 0.43 mm did not clog with silt or clay. However, the woven geotextiles prevented the passage of rootzone sand particles into the drainage layer. In fact, the research indicated that the tested sands had more impact on small particles leaving the columns than the woven geotextiles tested. The results indicate that the Airfield System design could be used as an alternative to the USGA method for putting green construction. The USGA Recommendations of a Method of Putting Green Construction will undergo review in 2014. At that time, the Airfield design as well as other new technologies will be considered for inclusion in the USGA recommendations.   Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with Airfield Systems and USGA Designs Water Flow Through Sand-based Root Zones Atop Geotextiles Water Storage in Putting Greens Constructed with United States Golf Association and Airfield Systems Designs

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Photo Caption: The highly porous, 1-inch deep AirDrain (right) offers an alternative to the 4-inch deep gravel layer in the standard USGA putting green design (above left).

The USGA supported a research project at Texas A&M University to evaluate Airfield Systems as an alternative to the USGA method for putting green construction. The Airfield green would provide an economic alternative where the cost of gravel or transportation costs to haul gravel are prohibitive. The Airfield design utilizes a highly porous, one-inch grid in place of a four-inch deep gravel layer. The Airfield System has been used successfully on several football, soccer, and baseball fields in the United States.

Three different sands in combinations with three gravel sizes were tested in a USGA green along with the same three sands and four different woven geotextiles on the Airfield drain. Periodically during the course of the study, the individual test greens were irrigated until water drained from the greens. The amount of water stored in the different rootzones was then measured for 48 hours.

Airfield designed test greens stored about a half-inch more water than USGA designed greens. The woven geotextiles used in the Airfield greens with an apparent opening size of 0.2 mm to 0.43 mm did not clog with silt or clay. However, the woven geotextiles prevented the passage of rootzone sand particles into the drainage layer. In fact, the research indicated that the tested sands had more impact on small particles leaving the columns than the woven geotextiles tested. The results indicate that the Airfield System design could be used as an alternative to the USGA method for putting green construction.

The USGA Recommendations of a Method of Putting Green Construction will undergo review in 2014. At that time, the Airfield design as well as other new technologies will be considered for inclusion in the USGA recommendations.

 

Comparison of Putting Greens Constructed with Airfield Systems and USGA Designs

Water Flow Through Sand-based Root Zones Atop Geotextiles

Water Storage in Putting Greens Constructed with United States Golf Association and Airfield Systems Designs

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AirDrain for Synthetic Turf Rooftop with Uplift Prevention http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-for-synthetic-turf-rooftop-with-uplift-prevention/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/airdrain-for-synthetic-turf-rooftop-with-uplift-prevention/#comments Wed, 16 Jul 2014 21:35:07 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5254 Green Roofing – Synthetic Turf with Uplift Prevention AirDrain is incredibly strong at 233psi empty, which equals 33,552 pounds per square foot and creates a 92% air void and drains approximately 50 gallons per square foot, per minute. While being able to drain rainfall very quickly the AirDrain System can also hold or retain approximately .576 gallons of water per square foot; by controlling the exit pipes. This can allow for compliance with local city, county and/or state water retention regulations before the storm water exits into municipal storm water drainage systems. Click Here to see the Submittal Benefits of AirField in a green roofing system include: • AirDrain is easy to trim, making runner and perimeter boards fit perfectly into the AirDrain rooftop drainage system. • 1” high composite runner boards fit perfectly flush with AirDrain panels. This makes strategically positioning the runner boards on the roof in perpendicular or various configurations easy to achieve. • Synthetic turf can be glued and secured with screws and washers to the composite runner boards across the rooftop virtually eliminating any danger of uplift from wind! • AirDrain’s 1″ inch air void installed on a rooftop with A/C and Heat below brings an excellent insulation factor to the rooftop mimicking a thermal pained window. The sun does not directly hit the rooftop which may significantly add life expectancy to the roof itself. • Our customers have told to us that the snow melts off their rooftops faster than the surrounding landscape because of the inch of air below. • Water harvesting reclamation and reuse is easy • Pallets at 32″ x 32” will fit into a standard sized elevator for easy transport to the roof. • AirDrain can be reused when the Synthetic Turf must be replaced

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Green Roofing – Synthetic Turf with Uplift Prevention

AirDrain is incredibly strong at 233psi empty, which equals 33,552 pounds per square foot and creates a 92% air void and drains approximately 50 gallons per square foot, per minute. While being able to drain rainfall very quickly the AirDrain System can also hold or retain approximately .576 gallons of water per square foot; by controlling the exit pipes. This can allow for compliance with local city, county and/or state water retention regulations before the storm water exits into municipal storm water drainage systems.

Click Here to see the Submittal

Benefits of AirField in a green roofing system include:

• AirDrain is easy to trim, making runner and perimeter boards fit perfectly into the AirDrain rooftop drainage system.
• 1” high composite runner boards fit perfectly flush with AirDrain panels. This makes strategically positioning the runner boards on the roof in perpendicular or various configurations easy to achieve.
• Synthetic turf can be glued and secured with screws and washers to the composite runner boards across the rooftop virtually eliminating any danger of uplift from wind!
• AirDrain’s 1″ inch air void installed on a rooftop with A/C and Heat below brings an excellent insulation factor to the rooftop mimicking a thermal pained window. The sun does not directly hit the rooftop which may significantly add life expectancy to the roof itself.
• Our customers have told to us that the snow melts off their rooftops faster than the surrounding landscape because of the inch of air below.
• Water harvesting reclamation and reuse is easy
• Pallets at 32″ x 32” will fit into a standard sized elevator for easy transport to the roof.
• AirDrain can be reused when the Synthetic Turf must be replaced

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Tecta America Completes Installation of Synthetic Rooftop Athletic Field on Milwaukee School of Engineering Parking Garage http://www.airfieldsystems.com/tecta-america-completes-installation-rooftop-athletic-field-milwaukee-school-engineering-parking-garage/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/tecta-america-completes-installation-rooftop-athletic-field-milwaukee-school-engineering-parking-garage/#comments Thu, 10 Jul 2014 20:46:30 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?p=5248 Tecta America Completes Installation of Rooftop Athletic Field on Milwaukee School of Engineering Parking Garage Surface will host youth and collegiate sports, limit stormwater runoff Rosemont, Il.. —August 19, 2013 — F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co., Inc., a founding branch of national commercial roofing leader Tecta America Corp., completed the installation of a rooftop athletic field installed on top of a 780-car parking facility on the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) campus. Located at the northwest corner of Broadway and Knapp St in Milwaukee, the field will be used for collegiate soccer and lacrosse and other youth sports. The roof structure will also slow the rate of stormwater runoff and limit the pollutants typically collected on a paved roofing surface. “This is a very exciting project to be a part of, and one that benefited from Tecta’s experience and expertise with green roofs,” said Doug Biggar, sales manager for Tecta’s F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co. “This was a new challenge for us, but after months of research and consulting with Tecta experts from around the country, we engineered the ideal solution for this rooftop playing surface.” Tecta consulted both the general contractor, Hunzinger Construction Company, and project architects, Uihlein-Wilson Architects, throughout the planning process on the design and components of the nearly 100,000-square-foot roof. The field surface Tecta installed is an Airfield AirDrain for Synthetic Turf surface used by a number of collegiate and professional sports teams, including the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. “This is a great, low maintenance surface that drains quickly and gives the athletes a safe playing field,” said Biggar. ”These obviously aren’t typically installed on roofs, so the membrane and insulation underneath required very careful planning.” Attached to the top of the parking garage is a lightweight liquid concrete insulation Tecta recommended to the give playing field the exact pitch needed for proper draining. Tecta viewed this as an improvement over original plans to install an intricate tapered insulation that the company determined would have been expensive and unlikely to produce the exact curve needed for this installation. A PVC membrane was adhered directly to the insulation, providing a more durable, waterproof solution than the EPDM (rubber) membrane initially planned. The parking garage officially opens on August 23. For more information on Tecta America, Corp., visit www.tectaamerica.com.

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Tecta America Completes Installation of Rooftop Athletic Field on Milwaukee School of Engineering Parking Garage
Surface will host youth and collegiate sports, limit stormwater runoff

Rosemont, Il.. —August 19, 2013 — F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co., Inc., a founding branch of national commercial roofing leader Tecta America Corp., completed the installation of a rooftop athletic field installed on top of a 780-car parking facility on the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) campus. Located at the northwest corner of Broadway and Knapp St in Milwaukee, the field will be used for collegiate soccer and lacrosse and other youth sports. The roof structure will also slow the rate of stormwater runoff and limit the pollutants typically collected on a paved roofing surface.

“This is a very exciting project to be a part of, and one that benefited from Tecta’s experience and expertise with green roofs,” said Doug Biggar, sales manager for Tecta’s F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co. “This was a new challenge for us, but after months of research and consulting with Tecta experts from around the country, we engineered the ideal solution for this rooftop playing surface.”

Tecta consulted both the general contractor, Hunzinger Construction Company, and project architects, Uihlein-Wilson Architects, throughout the planning process on the design and components of the nearly 100,000-square-foot roof. The field surface Tecta installed is an Airfield AirDrain for Synthetic Turf surface used by a number of collegiate and professional sports teams, including the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.

“This is a great, low maintenance surface that drains quickly and gives the athletes a safe playing field,” said Biggar. ”These obviously aren’t typically installed on roofs, so the membrane and insulation underneath required very careful planning.”

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Attached to the top of the parking garage is a lightweight liquid concrete insulation Tecta recommended to the give playing field the exact pitch needed for proper draining. Tecta viewed this as an improvement over original plans to install an intricate tapered insulation that the company determined would have been expensive and unlikely to produce the exact curve needed for this installation. A PVC membrane was adhered directly to the insulation, providing a more durable, waterproof solution than the EPDM (rubber) membrane initially planned.

The parking garage officially opens on August 23. For more information on Tecta America, Corp., visit www.tectaamerica.com.

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AirDrain Natural Turf Drainage Installed at Derby Field in Berkeley California http://www.airfieldsystems.com/CaseStudies/airdrain-natural-turf-drainage-installed-at-derby-field-in-berkeley-california/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/CaseStudies/airdrain-natural-turf-drainage-installed-at-derby-field-in-berkeley-california/#comments Wed, 10 Jul 2013 19:40:09 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?post_type=portfolio&p=4737 Carducci & Associates specified AirField Systems AirDrain for Natural Turf as the drainage layer for this project. Installed by Robert A. Bothman, Inc.  one of the best General Contractors in the business for over 30 years. Project Manager, Andrew Bothman said he would be happy to work with AirField Systems anytime in the future. AirDrain gives this field 100% vertical drainage with a 1 inch 92% Air Void that creates a larger perched water table providing up to 1 to 3 days more plant available water. Thru a research project conducted at Texas A&M, it was concluded that you can reduce your irrigation frequency using AirField Systems AirDrain. The five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association. The data from the research showed that the AirField Systems drainage profile provided between one to three more days of plant available water than a United States Golf Association recommended gravel and sand profile. Click here for more information about the study titled “A Comparison of Water Drainage and Storage in Putting Greens Built Using Airfield Systems and USGA Methods of Construction”. Derby Field is a natural turf athletic field for the Berkeley Unified School District, servicing Berkeley High School Athletics and the Berkeley Technology Academy. When the facility is not in use by the District, the field is available for community use. Design and Specified By: CARDUCCI & ASSOCIATES, INC. 555 BEACH STREET 4TH FLOOR SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94133 P415.674.0990 F415.674.0999 General inquiries info@carducciassociates.com Installed By: 650 Quinn Ave. San Jose, CA 95112 phone (408) 279-2277 fax (408) 279-2281 info@bothman.com   To discuss your sports construction project, call AirField Systems at (405) 359-3775.

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Carducci & Associates specified AirField Systems AirDrain for Natural Turf as the drainage layer for this project. Installed by Robert A. Bothman, Inc.  one of the best General Contractors in the business for over 30 years. Project Manager, Andrew Bothman said he would be happy to work with AirField Systems anytime in the future.

AirDrain gives this field 100% vertical drainage with a 1 inch 92% Air Void that creates a larger perched water table providing up to 1 to 3 days more plant available water.

Thru a research project conducted at Texas A&M, it was concluded that you can reduce your irrigation frequency using AirField Systems AirDrain. The five year research project was jointly funded by the United States Golf Association and AirField Systems and was a collaborative effort between Texas A&M, AirField Systems and the United States Golf Association. The data from the research showed that the AirField Systems drainage profile provided between one to three more days of plant available water than a United States Golf Association recommended gravel and sand profile.

Click here for more information about the study titled “A Comparison of Water Drainage and Storage in Putting Greens Built Using Airfield Systems and USGA Methods of Construction”.

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Derby Field is a natural turf athletic field for the Berkeley Unified School District, servicing Berkeley High School Athletics and the Berkeley Technology Academy. When the facility is not in use by the District, the field is available for community use.

Design and Specified By:

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CARDUCCI & ASSOCIATES, INC.
555 BEACH STREET 4TH FLOOR
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94133

P415.674.0990 F415.674.0999

General inquiries
info@carducciassociates.com

Installed By:

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650 Quinn Ave.
San Jose, CA 95112
phone (408) 279-2277
fax (408) 279-2281
info@bothman.com

 

To discuss your sports construction project, call AirField Systems at (405) 359-3775.

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Mitch Park Emergency Access Grass Pave Fire Lane Installed Using AirPave http://www.airfieldsystems.com/CaseStudies/mitch-park-emergency-access-grass-pave-fire-lane-installed-using-airpave/ http://www.airfieldsystems.com/CaseStudies/mitch-park-emergency-access-grass-pave-fire-lane-installed-using-airpave/#comments Thu, 11 Apr 2013 18:46:55 +0000 http://www.airfieldsystems.com/?post_type=portfolio&p=4561 Mitch Park Emergency Access Grass Pave Fire Lane Installed Using AirPave AirPave Grass Pave System was installed by Connelly Paving who works with general contractors all around the central Oklahoma region.   Click to View Drawings and Guidelines on CADdetails.com   Create beauty and comfort with the unbeatable price and performance of an AirPave porous flexible paving grass pave system. From fire lanes, overflow, and event parking, to temporary and stadium parking, the AirPave grass pave system delivers. The incredibly strong AirPave geocell prevents rutting from traffic and protects turf roots from damage. AirPave grass pave system enhances the environment by naturally filtering auto and air pollutants while reducing hot surface temperatures. By routing rainwater directly into the earth as nature intended, the need for costly storm water structures can be drastically reduced or completely eliminated. AirPave Grass Paving Product Overview: AirPave can save the owner up to $0.80 per square foot or more over our competitors. Fertilizer included with a Guaranteed Analysis Up to 40% cost savings on shipping, compared with rolled grass paving systems AirPave has been installed in over 400 projects 100% recycled injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units with an impact modifier added to achieve a (NO-BREAK) plastic classification and a minimum 3% carbon black added for UV protection Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads. AirPave is shipped palletized at 7 sq. ft. per part 114 parts per pallet and approximately 795 sq. ft. per pallet. Unit weight = 3.10 lbs, volume = 8% solid   Benefits of an AirPave Grass Paving System Include: Incredible load bearing strength Protects plant root systems Slows stormwater runoff Filters stormwater pollutants Captures airborne dust and pollutants Safely consumes moderate engine oil drippings Reduces uncomfortably hot surface temperature Increased oxygen production Reduces or eliminates costly stormwater structures   To discuss your current or upcoming grass pave project, call AirField Systems at (405) 359-3775.

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Mitch Park Emergency Access Grass Pave Fire Lane Installed Using AirPave

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AirPave Grass Pave System was installed by Connelly Paving who works with general contractors all around the central Oklahoma region.

 

Click to View Drawings and Guidelines on CADdetails.com

 

Create beauty and comfort with the unbeatable price and performance of an AirPave porous flexible paving grass pave system.

From fire lanes, overflow, and event parking, to temporary and stadium parking, the AirPave grass pave system delivers. The incredibly strong AirPave geocell prevents rutting from traffic and protects turf roots from damage.

AirPave grass pave system enhances the environment by naturally filtering auto and air pollutants while reducing hot surface temperatures. By routing rainwater directly into the earth as nature intended, the need for costly storm water structures can be drastically reduced or completely eliminated.

AirPave Grass Paving Product Overview:

  • AirPave can save the owner up to $0.80 per square foot or more over our competitors. Fertilizer included with a Guaranteed Analysis
  • Up to 40% cost savings on shipping, compared with rolled grass paving systems
  • AirPave has been installed in over 400 projects
  • 100% recycled injection-molded copolymer polypropylene plastic units with an impact modifier added to achieve a (NO-BREAK) plastic classification and a minimum 3% carbon black added for UV protection
  • Loading capability is equal to 233 psi empty capacity and 6,747 psi when filled with sand, over an appropriate base depth that provides adequate support for project design loads.
  • AirPave is shipped palletized at 7 sq. ft. per part 114 parts per pallet and approximately 795 sq. ft. per pallet. Unit weight = 3.10 lbs, volume = 8% solid

 

Benefits of an AirPave Grass Paving System Include:

  • Incredible load bearing strength
  • Protects plant root systems
  • Slows stormwater runoff
  • Filters stormwater pollutants
  • Captures airborne dust and pollutants
  • Safely consumes moderate engine oil drippings
  • Reduces uncomfortably hot surface temperature
  • Increased oxygen production
  • Reduces or eliminates costly stormwater structures

 

To discuss your current or upcoming grass pave project, call AirField Systems at (405) 359-3775.

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