Anybody ever come across something as specific as this? how the heck to you meet these requirements? I have not ventured into field construction or renovation but plan to at some point as our maintenance end grows, so I figure I should start to figure this out soon. This is in my back yard. Pay attention to 3 and 4 -- really? how the heck are you supposed to have done this on 30 fields in 8 mos? Contractor Requirements: 1. The contractor must be familiar with all aspects of athletic field construction. 2. The contractor must have all listed equipment already owned and shall show its ownership by way of a valid and true insurance equipment list. 3. The contractor must have worked on at least 30 athletic fields of similar work within the last 8 months. All projects must be verifiable. 4. Contractor must have at least 1 trained employee whom has completed an athletic field construction course sponsored by Rutgers University. 5. Cleanup existing baselines and radius. There shall not be less than 5 behind second base. All edges and lines must be crisp and have the correct definition of a softball field. 6. Square field. 7. Remove approximately 2 of top soil / clay mix. 8. Remove all noxious weeds from all clay area of the field. 9. Supply and install 4000 pounds of Pros Choice Red clay amendment into existing clay base. No alternate or equal to. This material shall be installed using a Rotadairon to insure material is mixed properly for an even distribution. 10. Supply and install approximately 60 tons of new Premium Beam clay must have at least 16-25% clay with the mix, 0-8% silt and 70-80% sand within the field. The color shall be reddish orange in color. There shall be no equal to. Weight tickets need to be available for inspection by the Town Recreation Official. 11. Supply and install 3000 pounds of Pros Choice Red and 3000 pounds of Pros Choice Rapid clay amendment. This material shall be top dressed in with a metered top dresser to ensure proper distribution of material. It will then be incorporated into the new clay using a Rotadarion machine. 12. Field will then be laser graded according to existing field conditions and topography with a laser grading box. 13. Supply and install 1 new 3 rubber waffle home plate. The honey comb patter on the back side of the plate will be filled in with concrete for more stability and longer lasting. 14. Install 2 sets (6) of 7 base anchors in concrete at designated distance from home plate as per the Town Recreation Official.15. Home plate area shall be completely rebuilt. Excavate existing clay to a depth of 5 deep and install new Premium grade clay. 16. Each area around each base anchor should have no less than 5 of clay and within 5 of all directions of each base. 17. Where the pitching rubber would go (this distance as per Town Recreation Official) this area would also receive no less than 5 deep and the entire pitchers circle will be rebuilt. 18. Dispose of all spoils at designated location by Parks Official.