LANDTECH Educational & Recreational Projects
LANDTECH is the firm that private schools, boards of education, parks and recreation officials and other agencies and NGO’s turn to for playing field planning, permitting, construction, irrigation and renovations. LandTech oversees the installation of artificial turf and natural turf playing fields, night lighting and seating, as well as civil engineering and site planning.
Our projects have included Fairfield University athletic fields, multiple projects at Choate Rosemary Hall, the Wakeman Field complex in Westport, Connecticut, Westport’s Staples High School athletic fields and Saugatuck Elementary School ball fields and the Norwalk Board of Education’s playing fields in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Choate Rosemary Hall Auditorium
This state-of-the-art auditorium and studio facility at Choate Rosemary Hall was designed by renowned Robert A. M. Stern Architects. Currently under development, the project is aiming for a LEED-Gold certification for environmentally sound construction, operation and maintenance.
Saugatuck Elementary School Fields
The Doubleday Athletic Complex is one of the most extensively used athletic complexes in the town of Westport, Connecticut. Field and site improvements were needed, consisting of reconstruction and replacement of an existing natural grass field with synthetic turf.
LANDTECH's contributes these services to our clients' education and recreational projects:
- Civil engineering
- Site planning
- Environmental science
- Soil testing
- Structural engineering
- Coastal structures
- Wetland services
- Stormwater runoff services
- Land surveying
- Wastewater treatment plans
- Project feasability analysis
- Shoreline construction
- Construction financing
- Project management
- Construction management
- Permit coordination and management
Contact LANDTECH for a free consultation to discuss your project needs and how LANDTECH can help.
Call us at (203) 454-2110 · Email us firstname.lastname@example.org · Write us at 518 Riverside Ave, Westport CT 06880