When overseas entry to the U.S. is possible, the pool will be drained and the moveable floor installed.
PLANO, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 5, 2020–
Fortress UAV, the leader in UAS maintenance and deployment services based in Plano, Texas, is now offering a Drone Field Repair Kit to their available products for public purchase (see below for exclusive promo code). The Drone Field Repair Kit will serve as a critical emergency option for drone operators who need a quick fix for maintenance while on-site during a drone mission.
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The Fortress UAV Drone Field Repair Kits are the size of a typical small toolbox and include all the necessary consumable quick-fix parts and accessories to quickly get your drone back in the air. The kits are small enough to be easily transported in a car or SUV to the drone mission site.
Drone Field Repair Kits will be personalized for the
After 30 home games, Chris Woodward talks how the Rangers can utilize Globe Life Field in their favor
Texas Rangers manager Chris Woodward joined the K&C Masterpiece on 105.3 The FAN [KRLD-FM] recently for his final chat of 2020. Here are some highlights, edited for clarity:
Having now played 30 games at Globe Life Field, how important is it for the club to develop great outfield defense? In what areas can the Rangers better use their new confines?
Chris Woodward: “Yeah, it’s really important. And we obviously emphasized that by making the moves we did. Bringing up Leody Taveras and Eli White. Nick Solak did a fine job when he was in the outfield, but when you’ve got Taveras, White and Joey Gallo in the outfield, as big as that place is … I think towards the end of the year it started playing a little smaller than it did in the beginning, but it’s a big outfield. Lot of ground to cover, and when you have those
Take a look inside the new, improved Hayward Field originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest
Historic Hayward Field, home of the University of Oregon Track & Field team, has undergone a historic facelift.
It’s been a long process that started back in Summer 2018. The fully-funded project by Phil and Penny Knight and more than 50 other donors has transformed the original stadium from 10,500 seats to now 12,650 with the ability to expand to 25,000 for larger events.
Read more on the renovation here.
The outside looks absolutely stunning.
Now, we get a look on the inside.
The University of Oregon is used to high class, top of the line, jaw-dropping facilities: The Marcus Mariota Performance Center features spas, a napping room full of pods, a boxing ring, barber…
The Oregon Track & Field team and other student-athletes were finally able to see their new home and responded very
EAST HAVEN — Work has begun to rebuild East Haven High School’s Frank “Coach” Crisafi Field, which was destroyed by wind micro-bursts in the Aug. 27 severe thunderstorm — and the Board of Education this week gave the go-ahead to do repair work on home bleachers, which also were damaged.
The synthetic turf field — used by both the Yellowjackets football and soccer teams — should be completed by Nov. 2, Athletic Director Anthony Verderame told the Board of Education this week.
“The field is scheduled to be completed on Nov. 2 and we will have our last games for soccer that week,” Verderame told the board. “If we do not get the $10,000 to fix the home stands, we will not be able to use the facility for fans.
“It will just be the athletes competing,” he said.
“As of now they are scheduled to complete the leveling of
The Badgers swimming and diving teams have competed at the Natatorium but had their training facilities at the now-demolished SERF. The Soderholm Family Aquatic Center also has a diving well, a video board and seating for around 1,000, King said.
UW Athletics paid $13.5 million toward the $96 million Nicholas Recreation Center for UW students and staff, which features 30,400 square feet of fitness space, eight full-size basketball courts and five multipurpose studios. It was slated to open last January but experienced weather and construction delays.
The $6 million Field House project includes new doors and windows, a cleaning of the exterior and construction of a new plaza outside the south entrance. It has been a priority for UW athletic director Barry Alvarez, who was critical of the crumbling walls
In 2011, then-Mayor Rahm Emanuel argued that Chicago taxpayers are “not an ATM machine” and can’t afford to be the financial backstop for the $660 million renovation of Soldier Field.
The bonds that financed the Soldier Field project are paid off with part of the city’s hotel tax — but that financing package also assumed hotel tax revenue would grow by a rosy 5.5% a year. When it doesn’t, Chicago taxpayers make up the difference.
Emanuel was bracing for a $1.1 million hit that year, though in the end, the city lost just $185,000 of its state income tax revenue. Emanuel dumped three stadium authority board members and ordered their replacements to change the financing structure. But those changes were never made. The city remains on the hook.
Now, it may be time to turn on the ATM machine once again.
The stadium deal, announced in 2001, included a 2-percentage-point
GREENWICH, CT — Greenwich Country Day School announced this week plans to improve the school’s athletics playing fields have been approved by the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission.
In a statement, school officials said the approved renovation for the school’s athletics facility, located on Cardinal Road, includes two NCAA regulation-size turf fields and bleacher seating capable of holding 450 people. (To sign up for Greenwich breaking news alerts and more, click here.)
The first field is a no-infill “Hockey Gold” turf field, specifically designed for field hockey and softball. The second is a multi-sport turf field with natural infill that will be used by the school’s soccer, football and lacrosse teams.
“The 2020-2021 season marks GCDS’s first year in both the Fairchester Athletic Association and [the] New England Preparatory School Athletic Council,” school official said in a statement. “In establishing a high school program, the enhanced athletic fields on Cardinal