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Hellas Construction to renovate Washington Commanders practice facility

August 12, 2022

Hellas Construction is replacing existing turf in the Washington Commanders’ indoor practice facility, a significant upgrade for its 100-yard football field and 20 yards of end zones.

“Constantly improving player health and safety is one of our biggest goals here at the Washington Commanders,” said Ron Rivera, head coach for the Washington Commanders. “Hellas came in and installed state of the art turf in our indoor practice facility. This new surface will increase the productivity of our players during indoor practices and decrease the wear and tear on their bodies.”

Hellas installed a new synthetic turf system with Cushdrain shock pad, Matrix Helix synthetic turf and RealFill Infill.

Cushdrain is an elastic layer paved in place over a laser-graded drainstone foundation that provides planarity and holds its form through multiple life cycles. The Cushdrain shock pad helps protect athletes from injuries caused by hard impacts with the surface.

Matrix Helix has shape memory technology, which curls each fiber to secure the infill to prevent migration and ‘splash-out’. The Commanders have close to 78,000 square feet of synthetic turf.

“Hellas is proud to add the Washington Commanders to our growing list of NFL clients,” said Dean Linke, regional vice president for Hellas Construction. “The Commanders facility staff and Head Coach Ron Rivera were a delight to work with and we have even had some Washington players ask about getting Hellas turf for some of their own projects. At Hellas we take great pride in providing the best products for the best players in the world.”

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