This $3.6 million project included the construction of one soccer field, three baseball fields, a concession stand, two pavilions, and a parking lot addition of approximately 190 parking spaces.
The top soil screening required for this project was considered as a competitive strategy with significant environmental and economic benefits. The nature of the project suggested that the top soil would be removed, discarded as fill, and replaced with imported material. Instead, TMG took a critical look at the soils report for the Scott Jenkins site and decided that if we screen and amend the existing soil, we can potentially save the client over $1 million in hauling, disposal and new material costs. We kept thousands of cubic yards of dirt from being discarded in landfills, while reducing pressure on local farms and topsoil sources.