PST Sport has extensive experience and a solid reputation in civil engineering. There are many components required to complete the groundworks correctly for an all-weather pitch.
- The ground must be excavated to the right level.
- A correct drainage system must be installed.
- The type of drainage stone used must be correct.
- The quantities, types and depth of each grade of stone in the sub base must be correct.
- The levels and falls are key to the performance of the playing surface. The correct type of laser guided levelling equipment must be used.
- If fencing and floodlights are being installed, the bases and posts need to be accounted for during groundwork stage.
- Correct kerbing must be installed.
All the stages of the civil works mentioned above must be carried out correctly to ensure the integrity of the installation is upheld.
Given the nature of the ground, some artificial grass installation projects can be more complicated than others.
We have won some large projects primarily based on our civil engineering experience.
Pictured below: Groundworks stage for full size artificial grass pitch installation at Beckett Park, Cherrywood, Co Dublin
Pictured below: Groundworks stage for a full-size modified artificial grass pitch at Irish Independent Park. Phase 1 works included removing the existing soil and levelling the sub-base. Next, 3,000 metres of drainage pipes & 200 metres of irrigation piping was installed. This was followed by laying a 3-inch stone base which formed the base of the synthetic grass surface
Pictured below: Groundworks stage for 8,000m artificial grass pitch construction at Carrigaline United AFC
Pictured below: 13,000m pitch installation at Le Chéile Secondary School in Tyrrelstown, Co Dublin. For this particular project we used 12,000 tonne of stone in the sub-base make up
Pictured below: Stone base ready for carpet at Clongowes Wood College for full-size synthetic rugby pitch