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Installing the exterior metal panel system at Chase Center

Chase Center metal panel video

Chase Center will boast one of the most innovative architectural facades when completed. Watch what it takes to install the mega-panel system at the arena.

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Construction update of Oklahoma State Cowgirl soccer stadium

Oklahoma State Cowgirl soccer stadium update

OSU’s Cowgirls are getting a brand new US$20m 3,500 seat soccer stadium in time for autumn 2018. See how the progress is coming along

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Construction update of Oklahoma State Cowgirl soccer stadium

Spurs stadium walk-through video

As part of its sustainability efforts, the NFL’s Detroit Lions has installed solar panels on its home stadium and training facility, Allen Park, which will help offset some it its electricity costs.

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This college stadium has just approved a US$175m expansion, can you name it? 


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SMG Sportplatzmaschinenbau GmbH

Robert-Bosch-Strasse 3
DE - 89269 Vohringen / Germany

Email: info@smg-gmbh.de
Web: http://www.smg-gmbh.de
Tel: +49 (0) 73 06 96 65 0

 

Since 1975 SMG has been dealing with the development of modern machinery for the installation of synthetic surfaces in the sports industry.

Also for the maintenance of artificial turf or carpets with granule infilling SMG has already presented the world‘s first innovations since the 80s. For about 40 years SMG has been offering a unique range of machinery.

As a pioneer in the special sector „synthetic sports surfaces and artificial turf“ SMG disposes of recognized competence and experience since decades.

Ask us - we know what is possible.

 

 PlanoMatic P928 - Fully automatic paver for elastic layers, elastic subbases, athletic tracks and multipurpose sports surfaces. Working width up to 2.700 mm, area performance max. 730 m²/h

 

SportChamp SC3 - Multifunctional ride-on machine for the advanced maintenance of artificial turf

 

TurfMuncher TM2000D - Self-propelled machine for the removal of artificial turf. Working width 2.000 mm

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