Parks & Recreation
High-Performance Synthetic Turf for Parks & Recreational Spaces
In recent years, parks and recreational areas have incorporated the use of synthetic turf recreational fields. Improvements in synthetic turf technology have allowed for its aesthetics, durability, and safety to be customized to match the needs of communities. Whether it’s an amphitheater, a community park, or another kind of space, the Motz team will work with you to understand and provide the best surface for your community’s needs. Impacting our communities is truly what keeps us going, and this sort of opportunity has been part of our legacy since 1977.
FC Cincinnati Foundation launched in December 2018. Its mission is to improve the lives of children through soccer. This is accomplished through four key programs. FCC provides PE classes during school to teach kids soccer, as well as, after-school soccer programs to learn the game. FCC also recognizes and rewards children in Greater Cincinnati who…Learn More
Sports Field Construction Experts
Motz has built a strong reputation in the industry as a high-performance sports field construction partner. Through constant innovation, continued growth and proven expertise, we demonstrate the value and performance we build into every field we plan, design, install and maintain.
Synthetic Turf System Recommender
Identifying the best synthetic turf system for your facility requires research. Our experts can help you navigate the options and make a recommendation that will best serve your facility’s needs. Let’s get started!
What our clients say
“Motz has been a great partner in our FC Cincinnati Foundation mini-pitches. Motz simplifies our mini-pitch build projects for us with their high-quality products, exceptional customer service, and technical expertise. With this Price Hill project, like all of our mini-pitches, we trusted Motz to lead us to the correct products for our needs and are thrilled with the results.”
“Always fast in responding. Quick and quality work is done if any issues come up, which very rarely occur.”