AUSTIN, TX (June 2, 2015) —
When the private school of five hundred students in Montgomery County, Texas, decided to build a new track and synthetic turf field they wanted to do so with minimal disruption of existing vegetation. Hellas broke ground late March at Woodlands Christian Academy and will complete the sports complex in August.
Hellas is in the midst of building and installing its Matrix? Turf and constructing an epiQ Tracks? X1000 running track system, including fencing and lighting. “This will be a top-notch facility for the school,” said Reed J. Seaton, President and CEO of Hellas, “we are always delighted to work with customers that take their surroundings and environment into careful consideration,” said Seaton.
Hellas is on the forefront of green and sustainable surfacing solutions in the sports industry and by controlling its entire supply chain from manufacturing to installation Hellas has the capability to create custom and cost saving solutions for any project.