Track and Field Projects

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Rye Neck Public Schools
Rye Neck Athletic Facility
Rye, New York

Eberlin & Eberlin was contracted to design and upgrade a 16-acre site consisting of tennis courts, ball fields and running track. Notable improvements included the installation of a drainage system and automatic lawn irrigation system, four new tennis courts, and construction of a 400-meter six-lane all-weather running track. The project was designed in the spring of 1998, bids received, and the contract awarded. The fields and tennis courts were completed by the end of 1998 and the rubberized polyurethane track surface was installed in the spring of 1999.

New Rochelle High School Track
City School District of New Rochelle
New Rochelle, New York

The school site limited the size of the new running track to 350 meters. Since its design by Eberlin in the late 1970s, the track has produced many track stars. In 1998, the track was upgraded using a modern, all-weather surface. Other non-standard sized tracks include 200-meter facilities at the German School and Burke Rehabilitation Center, both in White Plains, NY.

Erasmus Hall High School
Brooklyn, New York

Eberlin & Eberlin was hired by the New York City School Construction Authority to upgrade Erasmus High School's outdoor recreation facility. A new varsity baseball, girls softball and full-sized football and soccer facility was constructed using AstroTurf synthetic turf. Closed-deck aluminum bleachers for 850 people and a large pressbox were also built. Total cost of this facility was over four million dollars. The drainage system is a flow-through type, with no drainage fixtures coming to grade. A large underground storm water detention system was provided.

Scarsdale Public Schools
400-meter Track & Field

A 440-yard cinder track already existed at the high school. First in a series of field improvements from Eberlin & Eberlin's master plan for all outdoor recreation facilities for Scarsdale Public Schools, it now sports a six-lane rubber-based polyurethane running track, soccer and football activities contained within the oval. The field was regraded, crowned and fitted with community-friendly low-level lighting and an automatic irrigation system.

Parkwood Athletic Fields
Great Neck, New York

A 15-acre parcel was developed into a 10-acre outdoor sports complex consisting of varsity baseball, field hockey, softball and lacrosse fields. Unique measures were designed to limit the impact on the local environment. These included a recirculating underground lawn irrigation system which collects and stores rain water and a special turf mixture designed to survive limited watering and active recreation. Only non-chemical soil conditioners were used. The remaining five acres of land were left undisturbed and used as a buffer for neighboring properties.

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