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Construction company honored for work on LV Bear Stadium




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COLORADO CITY -- Four sports facility construction projects by Texas Sports Builders, including La Vernia’s Bear Stadium, have been honored with five awards by the American Sports Builders Association for excellence in sports facility construction.

American Sports Builders Association, the national organization for builders, designers, and suppliers of materials for athletic facilities, annually presents awards to newly built and renovated U.S. athletics facilities that meet the organization’s standards for construction excellence.

Projects were scored by a panel of association members based on layout and design, site work, drainage, base construction, surface, amenities, innovation, and overall impression. Winners have cumulative scores that meet or exceed association standards.

“Texas Sports Builders strives to construct high-quality sports facilities and install track and field surfaces that exceed the industry’s most stringent quality standards while also exceeding our customers’ expectations,” said Hector Puentes, vice president, Texas Sports Builders. “These awards recognize the outstanding quality of our construction projects.”

La Vernia High School was honored for upgrade of an existing facility in the Distinguished Sports Field, Single Field Facilities division. Texas Sports Builders was also honored for their projects in Gainesville, Manor, and in Dallas on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
 

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