Prior to construction, SubAir Systems project managers work hand in hand with architects, engineers, contractors, and stadium staff to ensure the drainage system is compatible and pipe elevations are suitable for maximum SubAir operation. This is also done to ensure that all building specifications are met and all necessary utilities are arranged. SubAir can provide a turnkey operation or utilize existing facility contractors or stadium staff already involved with the project to complete the SubAir Sport installation. A SubAir representative will be present during installation to instruct and supervise all aspects of the installation. In addition, a SubAir representative will commission each project by performing field tests and training sessions for members of the staff. Retrofitting a stadium or field with a SubAir Sport system requires accurate drawings of the drainage system and an available storage area to house the system. SubAir project managers are available for planning stages and during the  SubAir Sport installation process.

“I think the return on investment is the opportunity to protect a baseball game from losing the gate and an opportunity to host more events because we can recover quicker and not affect the baseball field.”

Greg Elliott,
Director of Field Operations
AT&T Park – San Francisco Giants

SubAir Sport– College World Series