On Jan. 10, when many of us were at home looking at nearly foot-deep snow and thermometers plunging about as far below zero as we'd ever seen, Eric Hitzfield was at work and on the phone with an emergency call from the Fort Wayne streets department.
Act Global, a worldwide synthetic turf manufacturer, has successfully completed an independent, third-party audit to be recertified for international quality standards set forth by ISO 9001. The company passed with an impeccable report and zero compliance issues.
E-Z-GO, a Textron company and a leading global manufacturer of light-transportation vehicles, announces the addition of Brian Tidwell as General Counsel and Cheryl Fremaux as Senior Director, Information Technology.
Eco-Roofs has donated 300 of their green roof Eco Trays to West Virginia University. They will be used to create the green roof as part of WVU's entry in the US Department of Energy's 2013 Solar Decathlon. WVU is one of 20 teams from around the world that have entered a home in this biennial event.
Last month, Tennessee government officials unveiled an entire fleet of all-electric golf course maintenance equipment at the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay, a state-operated golf course in Chattanooga. The equipment includes seven Jacobsen ECLIPSE 322 all-electric riding greens mowers.
Artificial turf industry leader EasyTurf, Inc. has been selected by playground industry leader KOMPAN North America, Inc. to be the exclusive supplier of artificial grass for its nationwide playground construction projects. KOMPAN chose EasyTurf synthetic grass based on its proven performance as one of the safest, longest-lasting, most efficient draining and most realistic artificial grass products available today.
Bobcat Company has officially broken ground on its $20 million renovation and expansion to create the Acceleration Center in Bismarck, ND. When complete, the Acceleration Center will be a modern complex for advancing innovation where professionals use technology and modern design to ensure the position of Bobcat as the leader in the compact equipment industry.
Polytex USA introduces its new Star shaped artificial turf monofilament yarn produced at its Calhoun, GA facility. The new Star shape maintains its durability with a thickness of 315 Microns while enhancing the yarns aesthetic properties with extra wide blades for a more natural look and better coverage of infill.