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Hellas’ portfolio includes work at Idaho State University. « Institutional | HELLAS SPORTS CONSTRUCTION Players Only W hen it comes to athletics, one of the most essential elements to performance is a high-quality surface. To some, a field might merely be a patch of grass, but without the right type of surface, the players’ competitive abilities can be hindered. Hellas Sports Construction was founded with a bold vision to provide the highest-quality athletic surfaces possible through a vertically integrated model that would warrant precise control. Based in Austin, Texas, the firm specializes in constructing athletic surfaces and has served high-profile clients including the Dallas Cowboys, the University of North Carolina, the University of Texas at El Paso and Southern Illinois University. President Reed Seaton co-founded Hellas in 2003 when he saw the opportunity to fill a niche. “We saw a need in the industry for a different kind of company that could offer a seamless process of consultation, construction and ultimately the installation of technologically advanced synthetic turf and track systems,” Seaton says. Today, the company employs a staff of 350 workers and enjoyed sales of $85 million in 2010. “Much of our business is with schools,” HELLAS HAS BECOME A LEADER IN ATHLETIC FIELD CONSTRUCTION. BY ALAN DORICH Hellas Sports Construction • 2010 sales: $85 million • Headquarters: Austin, Texas • Employees: 350 • Service: Athletic field construction “We’ve worked from California to New Jersey.” –Reed Seaton, president 28 CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2011 http://www.CONSTRUCTION-TODAY.COM

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Construction Today - October/November 2011
Energy Efficiency
Green Building
Executive Perspective
Best Practices
Bernards Construction – El Capitan High School
Bogner Construction Co. – College of Wooster Scot Center
Jean McClung Middle School
Hellas Sports Construction
The Walsh Group – NOAA Pacific Regional Headquarters
Haskell Co. – Scripps Proton Therapy Center
Robert A. Bothman Inc. – Stockton Unified School District
JE Dunn – Energy Systems Integration Facility
Rosendin Electric – AVUHSD Solar Project
Ratcliff Construction Company – Crossroads Church
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Flintco Pacific – Calaveras County Adult Detention Facility
Lee Lewis Construction – Angelo State University’s Plaza Verde Student Housing
Manhattan Construction – First Baptist Church of Dallas
Market & Johnson – Eau Claire County Courthouse project
McTech Corp – 97th Military Police Battalion Headquarters
Parkland Health & Hospital System
RBC Construction
Central Building and Preservation – Randolph Tower City Apartments
Scaparotti Construction Group
Trinity Properties – Trinity Place
Advanced Real Estate Services
Lawrence B. Wohl Inc./Wohl Diversified Services
TN Ward and Commercial Interiors – Maryland Live
ASX Construction – Parc Lafayette
Bayland Buildings Inc.
Dependable Mechanical Systems
New Dawn Developments
DSLD Homes
Aquilini Development and Construction Inc.
Cobalt Construction – Meta Housing
Lifestyle Communities
Pratt and Associates LLC
Miramonte Homes
MP J.J. Duffy Joint Venture/Pathway Senior Living LLC – Victory Centre Vernon Hills
Woodland Homes
Aecom/Inima Joint Venture – Hialeah, Fla., Water Treatment Plant
MWH Constructors – Austin Water Treatment Plant No. 4
Pepper-Lawson Construction – Missouri City Surface Water Treatment Plant
MWH Constructors – AWT Improvements
Blount Contracting Inc.
Harbor Offshore Services
Cruz Construction Inc.
Humble Construction
Nova-Con Projects Ltd.
Trimen Electric
EllisDon Corp. – Atlantic Region
EllisDon Corp. – St. Joseph's Regional Mental Health Care
Focus Equities
Intercom Services Immobiliers
George Brown College – New Waterfront Campus
Seaside Transportation Services
Last Look

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