• Fri. Apr 19th, 2024

NAIA partners with FieldTurf and Mammoth Sports Construction

Autzen Stadium - University of Oregon

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has agreed to terms with both Mammoth Sports Construction and FieldTurf as its ‘Official Sports Construction and Architectural Design Firm’ and ‘Official Turf Partner,’ respectively.

Thanks to the agreement, NAIA secures three partnership categories with only two partners. Mammoth Sports Construction and FieldTurf combined can provide a single solution for NAIA schools.

NAIA President and CEO Jim Carr calls the partnership with both Mammoth Sports Construction and FieldTurf historic. “This is the first partnership we have entered into with two companies to provide our members the added benefit of packaging services, while also allowing for savings on individual services. We are thrilled to welcome both to the NAIA family,” he said. With the new partnership, the two will provide a consultative and cohesive approach to architecture, construction and turf needs on an NAIA campus.

Mammoth Sports Construction and FieldTurf have already established a close working relationship by partnering on projects for colleges and universities around the US. In fact, Mammoth Sports Construction is currently one of the largest installer of synthetic turf in the country for FieldTurf.

According to Brian Morris, Mammoth Chief Revenue Officer, his company was particularly attracted by the NAIA’s values. “We’re proud to provide opportunities for small college athletes through our new partnerships with the NAIA, because we see first-hand the impact NAIA and its members have on the lives of countless student-athletes and their communities,” he said. “The NAIA’s values align perfectly with Mammoth and our passion for service, athletics, and a commitment to excellence.”

Darren Gill, Executive Vice President, FieldTurf pointed out the experience his company has with understanding student needs. “Already at the surface of hundreds of colleges and universities, we deeply understand the pivotal role of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). We’re proud to partner with this exemplary organization and help support their ongoing efforts. Together, we’re confident we can help Change The Game for thousands of student-athletes and athletic programs.”

The agreement with both companies will run through July of 2024 with an option for a third year.

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