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Groundbreaking ceremony for the Caddo Hills track

Norman, AR – PCC Sports, Beynon Sports, and the Caddo Hills School District will be hosting a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on a new state of the art track facility.  The ceremony will take place at 5:30pm on Thursday, October 6 just north of the fieldhouse.  Everyone is invited to attend.

PCC Sports is one of the country’s premier sports facility builders specializing in the construction of running tracks, synthetic turf fields, and tennis courts.  PCC Sports has a presence throughout the central region of the US with corporate headquarters located in suburban Kansas City, MO.  Notable Arkansas projects include War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock and Berryville High School.   

Beynon Sports is the world’s premier track surfacing company.  With over 2500 installations world-wide, no other track surface can match the quality, durability, and performance of a Beynon track.  Over 80% of Division 1 track programs run on a Beynon track and this year’s World Championships in Eugene, OR were run on a Beynon surface.  Notable installations include Bentonville, Mayflower HS, and Greenwood HS. 

The new track facility will be the first track in Montgomery County and will also be the first track in the state of Arkansas to be built using a post-tension concrete base.  Post-tension concrete provides a more uniform base and is perfectly suited for poor soil conditions, lasting substantially longer than traditional asphalt. 

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