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PROJECTS

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GLOBE LIFE FIELD

Arlington, Texas

This project marks the first Major League Stadium in the world to be equipped with our patented retractable mound system.  This allowed very large events such as graduations and concerts to be held in the new stadium, beginning in 2020.

WERNER PARK

Omaha, Nebraska

Home to the Storm Chaser, Werner Park will see its events schedule expanded next year with the addition of USL League One’s Union Omaha Soccer Club. To prepare for the expansion club’s debut in the spring, Werner Park is undergoing $2.4 million in renovations, including a retractable pitcher’s mound. Rendering by DLR Group, dlrgroup.com

SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY PARK

El Paso, Texas

The latest version of the retractable mound system was installed at Southwestern University Park in November 2018 prior to the El Paso Locomotive's inaugural season.  This expedited conversions from baseball to soccer - reducing the hours and labor of the grounds crew.

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LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FIELD

Louisville, Kentucky

Designed by founder Wayne Estopinal, the first prototype of the retractable mound system was installed at Louisville Slugger Field to bring Louisville City FC to fruition.  Without the simple system, the overlapping seasons of the teams would have created many scheduling conflicts.

ONEOK STADIUM

Tulsa, Oklahoma

By implementing a retractable mound system, sightlines for the Tulsa Roughneck matches were improved and the pitch was right-sized. This conversion will allow the stadium additional opportunities to host concerts and other special events without disturbing the pitching mound's integrity.

 
 
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NOW WELCOMING VISITORS

The demonstration site for the Retractable Pitching Mound (Version 2.0) system is now in operation.

View the quality, system components and simplicity of conversion - all in real time.  View photos of the demonstration site below.