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    SportsBusiness Journal Features Dant Clayton's Work on USTA's Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

    Nov 18, 2015
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    In this week's special edition of the SportsBusiness Journal, focusing on Professional Sports Facilities, Dant Clayton's work at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center was highlighted. Currently working on the south campus, which is scheduled to be completed by the 2016 U.S. Open, the west campus, that was completed in August of 2014, features our Long Span Aluminum Concrete Injected Stadia system.

    The new, lightweight stadia option generates simplicity and cost savings within any stadium or arena structure. Engineered with a sleek, clean, and modern look from all sides, this system is not only aesthetically pleasing, but can also meet any sound performance expectation from a loud soccer stadium, to the refined tennis center.

    Also mentioned in the piece are the enhanced railing options that Dant Clayton can now provide through TUTTLE A Dant Clayton Division. Being able to fully integrate these highly customizable rails into the Long Span Aluminum product creates a big win for our clients. These high quality rails, available in a variety of finishes and materials, make for a great finishing touch on any venue.
     
    This edition of Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, a leading weekly publication in the sports industry, hit newsstands on November 16th. Check out the full article about Dant Clayton's work at the tennis center, featuring our Long Span Aluminum product, as well as our advertisement, here. 

    For more information about Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, visit their website at http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Journal.aspx




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