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Beynon Sports Resurfaces Ohio State University
Beynon Sports overcomes tight timeframe to resurface Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium for Ohio State University.
The revolutionary track surface at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium is the BSS 2000 Resurfacing System. The BSS 2000 Resurfacing System is an innovative Beynon Sports’ manufacturing and installation process that restores the appearance and texture of your existing track and field surface, and dramatically enhances the feel under foot. In other words, Beynon Sports’ BSS 2000 Resurfacing System enables you to bring rolled rubber sheet good and aged two-component polyurethane systems to within IAAF performance parameters for a fraction of the cost of replacing your old and worn out track surface.
The scope of work tasked to Beynon Sports at Ohio State, working with the O Sports engineer, Vasco Asphalt and the facilities staff at Ohio State University was a difficult one as all 16 take-off runways needed to be replaced within a very aggressive timeframe. Beynon Sports and their team worked closely with one another and had a great spirit of cooperation to ensure the Buckeye athletes would be able to reap the benefits of the BSS 2000 Resurfacing System without delay.
Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium features nine (9) 48” lanes, four (4) long/triple jump pits, two (2) javelin runways, four (4) pole vault boxes and a steeple chase pit. In addition, the stadium hosts the Ohio High School Track & Field Championships each year and is looking to host additional events. With the resurfacing complete, Beynon Sports boasts both outdoor track and field surface and the indoor athletic surface on the 200m track at French Fieldhouse.
“Continuing our winning partnership with Ohio State University is something we are proud to be able announce” Jim Dotson of Beynon Sports. “Ohio State University is a prestigious University with a great athletic history and we are pleased that they have entrusted Beynon with the future of their athletes.”
About Beynon Sports
Beynon Sports Surfaces was founded by John T. Beynon with the vision of creating the highest performing synthetic surfaces designed for speed and competition, as well as daily training. Beynon’s premier track and field surfaces are found in the world’s most renowned athletic facilities, carrying some of the greatest champions to record-breaking times. In the spring of 2008, Beynon Sports Surfaces joined the Tarkett Sports family, combining the most recognized and prestigious name in the artificial turf market in FieldTurf with the celebrated Beynon Sports Surfaces’ branded track and field, fieldhouse, and gymnasium surfacing systems. The result is a global firm with unmatched financial strength and a dedication to innovation, customer service, and excellence. Through this partnership, clients receive unprecedented service, quality, and support as well as the financial backing to stand behind the products manufactured and installed.
Beynon Sports is part of Tarkett Sports, a Division of the Tarkett Group. Tarkett Sports is the largest entity in the sports and landscape surfacing industries. Included within the Tarkett Sports portfolio is the world-renowned FieldTurf brand of artificial turf along with an impressive range of performance sports flooring products. This product range includes: synthetic and hardwood basketball; volleyball and gymnasium flooring; squash and racquetball courts; floor protection and covering systems; weight room flooring; and high performance indoor and outdoor running tracks. All Tarkett Sports surfaces are developed, produced and installed with a concentration on sustainability and a commitment to protecting the environment, providing additional LEED contribution opportunities for customers. The company calls this focus on sustainability and the environment 'Environmental Intelligence' and all company personnel strive to exemplify this philosophy in all aspects of the business.
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