AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) September 03, 2018
220,000 square feet of Act Global’s Xtreme Turf was installed at Northern State University in South Dakota to construct an unrivaled facility within the upper Midwest. The multi-field project was designed to enhance the student-athlete experience for both the football and soccer teams.
The new turf fields are part of NSU’s campus master plan to continue to evolve into a modern institution that fulfills the needs of its students. Act Global’s turf was selected for the project due to the brand’s reputation for safety and presence within several NFL stadiums. Northern State was attracted to the proven benefits of Act Global’s turf technology to minimize fatigue-related injuries for its athletes. The execution of installing the new football, soccer, and auxiliary field was completed by Act Global’s partner and industry expert, Kansas Turf.
“It was a great experience working on this project with the Act Global team to create multiple playing surfaces that will allow for safe and high-quality training opportunities for the Northern State University athletic program.” – Jake Farrant, Kansas Turf Owner.
The new Athletic and Recreation Fields have garnered positive attention within the school and its athletic community from the coaches and athletes excited to utilize the facility.
About Act Global
Act Global is a world leader in synthetic turf technology with an ISO 9001 Quality Certified manufacturing facility in Calhoun, Georgia, and field installations in over 90 countries. Act Global has supplied its Xtreme Turf synthetic turf to over 600 football fields. Act Global is a FIFA Quality Licensee and preferred supplier for World Rugby, the International Hockey Federation, and the United Soccer League. The Act Global UBU Speed Series is the leading brand for NFL & NCAA Division I Football Fields has been featured in the New Orleans Superdome 2013, New York Met Life Stadium 2014, Houston NRG Stadium 2017 and Minneapolis U.S. Bank Stadium 2018. Earlier this year, Act Global also produced and installed the playing surface at the New Orleans Superdome in 2017 and 2018.