FIELDS Partnered with Chevy, MLB and Scotts to Make Dreams Come True

We were honored to partner with Chevrolet, Major League Baseball and Scotts to renovate five youth baseball fields. >>See the Video and Read more

FIELDS Partnered with Chevy, MLB and Scotts to Make Dreams Come True

Westminster High School Field Renovation

Complete football field renovation project in Atlanta, GA. >>Read more

Westminster High School Field Renovation

Target Field - Home of the Minnesota Twins

FIELDS built the playing field for this outdoor stadium in Minneapolis. >>Read more

Target Field - Home of the Minnesota Twins

Dallas Cowboys

Tight deadlines were no match for the FIELDS team on this project. >>Read more

Dallas Cowboys

Nitschke Field Reconstruction

Green Bay Packers' training facility received a complete renovation and conversion from synthetic to natural turf fields. FIELDS also worked with the organization to create an improved "Packer Fan" experience. >>Read more

Nitschke Field Reconstruction

World Champion Green Bay Packers Use Football Fields Built by FIELDS

While the Green Bay Packers were celebrating their Super Bowl XLV victory last night, Brian F. Storm was celebrating right along with them. Storm's company, Atlanta-based FIELDS has worked closely with the Packers organization over the past several years on numerous large-scale field renovation projects. FIELDS took on the total reconstruction of Lambeau Field in 2007 and rebuilt the Packers' training facility field and complex, Nitschke Field, in 2009.

 

"We're proud to say that the World Champion Green Bay Packers train, practice and compete on football fields built by our company," added Storm. "We are incredibly pleased to have played a role in the creation of high-quality playing surfaces for their organization."

 

In 2007, FIELDS performed a complete renovation of Lambeau Field. The playing surface of the field was lowered, new irrigation and drainage systems were installed and a state-of-the-art hydronic heating system was added to maintain a constant temperature, even in the brutal Wisconsin winter. Lambeau Field was later named 2009 Field of the Year for professional football by the Sports Turf Managers Association.

 

On August 1, 2009, the Packers unveiled FIELDS' major renovations to their Nitschke Field practice facility. The improved complex offered a natural grass field with underground heating, improved lighting, bleacher seating for 1500 fans and an 800-foot decorative brick wall that mirrored Lambeau Field.

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