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Construction/Renovation

The Sports Field Experts at Odeys have years of experience in constructing top-quality athletic fields. Although we specialize in the construction and renovation of baseball fields, softball fields, soccer fields, football fields, and track & field complexes, Odeys appreciates the unique challenge of any type of sports field or court. Our skilled team can tackle all building and renovation projects, regardless of size and scope. We have worked with everyone from youth athletic organizations to the University of Nebraska and the St. Louis Cardinals, and everywhere in between.

After we work together to come up with an ideal design, Odeys actually does the dirty work for you! With a team of sports field construction experts and a line-up of top quality machinery, Odeys can transform a design into the field you have imagined. Our team of athletic field specialists not only constructs fields, but also renovates them. Every now and again, a baseball field or a soccer field, or any other kind of field needs a facelift. Using our patented line of Odeys playing surface products we help give your field the facelift it needs.

To Build? Or to Renovate? 

Sometimes it is tricky to know whether to build or renovate. What are the signs a field or court needs renovation? When should you go a step further and do new construction? Odeys will meet with you for a free one-on-one consultation.

To get a feel for the breadth of our services, please check out our Project Galleries.

Our other services include: Design and ConsultationAthletic Complex Landscaping, and Maintenance.

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Philadelphia Phillies were the first American sports team to lose their 10,000th game! In 2007, Ryan Howard struck out and ended the game marking the team’s 10,000th loss—Philadelphia fans cheered in celebration of this historical moment.