Natural turf athletic fields need efficient drainage systems to evacuate water quickly, allowing more time on the playing field and eliminating saturated soil conditions that can cause injuries and/or damage to the turf system. Existing natural turf fields with drainage issues due to no, inadequate, or underperforming drainage systems require remediation to eliminate these issues.
Existing field remediation using pipe and stone trench drains can be costly and requires major site disturbance. Pipe and stone drains require large quantities of aggregate. Transportation of materials, equipment requirements and the labor to unload and spread materials are costly. Additional costs are incurred removing high volumes of excavated soils from the site.