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soccer field renovation

Discussion in 'Sports Field Management' started by IMoLwnz.com, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. IMoLwnz.com

    IMoLwnz.com LawnSite Member
    Posts: 118

    I am doing a Quote of a Private church school Soccer field. It had major Grub damage from last year and they are changing Mowing and fert companies. I am up for the bid and want to make sure I’m going about this in the proper way.

    I need to level out the fields low areas its 200 x 485. I’m planning on 20 yards of top soil and 30 yards to top dress. They DO NOT have an unlimited budget and need to stay very cost effective. From what I have figured I really should have about 80 yards of top dressing. And possibly 30 -40 yards of topsoil. Ill be core aerating and over seeding at 8# per K and Fert.

    Anyone know a price range for that size field? I have figured out what I plan to bid, I want to see if I am on par or not. Also what do you think of the amount of supplies planned? The field will be Closed for the spring and open in June for light use.

  2. FINN

    FINN LawnSite Senior Member
    from PA.
    Posts: 280

    What's the total square footage?
  3. IMoLwnz.com

    IMoLwnz.com LawnSite Member
    Posts: 118

    total field is 200X485
    97,000 sq ft
    Low areas are sparatic
  4. John B Laidlaw

    John B Laidlaw LawnSite Member
    Posts: 95

    IMoLwnz... I live in the Lehigh Valley and I can help you with the bid if you would like. We just renovated our soccer field a year and half ago and I can share with you ALL that went wrong and what was done right. Let me know...
  5. IMoLwnz.com

    IMoLwnz.com LawnSite Member
    Posts: 118

    pm sent, Thanks

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