Denver, CO - Open-air stadiums like Levitt Pavilion Denver in Colorado are popular venues for musical events. And while throngs of excited concertgoers are a sure sign of success, the setup process and hours of pedestrian traffic can do considerable damage to natural turf surfaces.
The new amphitheater-style musical venue opened just over a year ago, with capacity to accommodate up to 17,000 people in the nearly 64,000-square-foot space. One of the priorities was turf protection surrounding the front of the stage, and MasterShield Plus™ concert flooring turned out to be the best solution. Turf protection mats run along the stage’s 100-foot frontage and sides, lined with access ramp edging that slopes from the flooring to the grass.
The portable event flooring is cost-effective, easy to install, and works equally well in both warm and cool weather. The temporary stadium flooring’s ventilation holes allow air and moisture to reach the turf, while its translucent panels let sun pass through without burning the grass below. The turf protector is ideal for non-athletic events, strong enough to withstand light equipment and vehicles but offering a lightweight, compact design that makes cleaning, transportation, and storage simple.
Choosing to protect rather than repair turf can result in substantial cost savings for venues. Suitable for both natural and synthetic turf, MasterShield Plus™ is one of the most cost-effective solutions on the market.
Posted November 20, 2018