RAIDERS PRACTICE FACILITYDate: May 2020
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DescriptionThe $75 million Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center in Nevada was built as the Las Vegas Raiders' practice facility. An e-layer pad supports the facility's synthetic turf fields, which cover 150,000 square feet of the facility. The pad is made up of rubber, an epoxy binder, and E-layer Stone from Washington Rock Quarries.
Materials145 tons of E-layer Stone
HighlightsE-layer pads essentially act as the airbag of a sports field. E-layer Stone is used as a ballast so that the pad is soft but firm. Washington Rock's E-layer Stone was shipped 1,100 miles to Las Vegas from King Creek Pit because of its reputation as a high-quality product.
Read more about how E-Layer Stone in our article, "The Foundation for a Great Game: How Synthetic Turf Fields are Built."
Read the CBS Sports article about the Raiders' practice facility.