Austin, Texas (PRWEB) September 7, 2009 - This summer, Hellas Construction completed five multi-field projects for Texas school districts. The highly successful projects were the result of open communication, project management and good old fashion fun.
Jake Boyd, the project manager for six fields at Katy ISD, explains the benefit of working with one company for multiple fields, "We provide the install from start to finish, overseeing everything from materials to communication with the athletic director. Anytime there is a question, the schools have one contact. They ask; I answer--no confusion."
While communication and project management are key, Jake Boyd admits part of Hellas' multi-field success is a result of the company's passion, "We enjoy what we do--the challenge, the fast pace--we really like it. Otherwise things are too boring."
Hellas is far from boredom debuting multi-field projects for El Paso ISD, Keller ISD and Spring ISD this fall. In addition to their multi-field projects, Hellas also completed a powerful field for Waco ISD where more high school playoff games are held than any other stadium in Texas.
With over one hundred new Hellas fields constructed this summer, the company continues to gain traction for additional projects. Reed J. Seaton, President and CEO of Hellas Construction, says, "We are ready. Bring on the big jobs."
About Hellas Construction, Inc.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Hellas Construction is one of the largest sports and surfacing contractors in the United States. The company specializes in the general construction of sports facilities and synthetic turf installation. Current clients include the Alamodome in San Antonio, Northern Arizona University, University of Idaho, Texas Stadium, the new Dallas Cowboys stadium and numerous stadiums across the nation. For more information visit www.hellasconstruction.com.