Walworth, WI (Oct 12, 2021) –
Hellas Construction continues to expand its presence in the upper Midwest by opening another new office in Walworth, Wisconsin.
In addition to its Austin, Texas headquarters, Hellas Construction has offices in Dallas/Ft. Worth (TX), Houston (TX), San Antonio (TX), El Paso (TX), Seattle (WA), Phoenix (AZ), San Diego (CA), Las Vegas (NV), Youngstown (OH), Wichita (KS), and Miami (FL). The Wisconsin office will be their 13th location in the Continental US.
Hellas Construction was founded in 2003 and champions innovative artificial turf manufacturing, base construction, field, track, and tennis planning, along with installation and maintenance. Hellas controls the entire supply chain from the design, construction, manufacturing, and installation of sports surfaces, including after the sale services for all facilities and clients. With successful installations in Ashville, Ohio; Beloit, Wisconsin; Campbell City, Ohio; Delphos, Ohio; Hilliard City, Ohio; Michigan City, Indiana; Youngstown, Ohio; and the Big Foot High School Athletic Complex in Walworth, Wisconsin, Hellas has driven rapid growth in the upper Midwest. The new location is perfect for its customers in the upper Midwest and offers a turn-key operational hub for building new projects and delivering rapid service.
President and CEO of Hellas Construction, Reed J. Seaton, is a native Midwesterner and acknowledges “Experiencing the exponential growth we have realized in the last decade is humbling and I appreciate the trust our customers place in Hellas”.
For more information, please contact Sydney Stahlbaum
Director of Sales & Marketing
Hellas Construction, Inc. is the largest vertically-integrated sports construction contractor in the United States, specializing in the general construction of sports facilities and sports surfaces. Hellas champions innovative athletic surface manufacturing and base construction methods, along with field, track, tennis, and sports lighting planning and full-service installation and maintenance services.