NJSDA approves Hellas Construction as ‘prequalified firm’

February 7, 2013  - By

Business for Hellas is booming from the West to the East Coast. As an approved bidder with the New Jersey Schools Development Authority (NJSDA), Hellas Construction will have access to all projects with the Schools Construction Program that contain athletic fields, running tracks and court components.

Notice of the elevation within the New Jersey Department of Education came to Reed J. Seaton, president and CEO of Hellas Construction. Also among the new clients are two minor league baseball teams. The Hillsboro Hops and Grand Prairie AirHogs are currently in the process of converting their natural grass baseball fields into Hellas Construction’s proprietary synthetic turf, Matrix Turf.

“I’m very excited to continue growing Hellas in the Northeast,” Seaton says. “This approval allows us to demonstrate to schools in New Jersey the benefits that accompany partnering with a quality-oriented and vertically integrated sports contractor.”

Hellas Construction has completed projects in and around New Jersey for clients including Warren Hills High School, Egg Harbor High School, Hackettstown High School, Butler High School’s Memorial Field and Hempstead Field, the New York Jets Practice Facility. Additional clients in the region include several elementary schools, local parks departments, high schools and universities. These projects have been the stepping-stones to fueling Hellas’ expansion into the Northeast and East Coast markets.

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