Alpharetta will spend $406,461 replacing the artificial turf of the soccer field at Webb Bridge Park. AJC FILE

Alpharetta to pay $406K for new soccer turf

The Alpharetta City Council has awarded a $406,461 contract to remove and replace the artificial turf soccer field at Webb Bridge Park.

Sprinturf LLC was the successful bidder of seven companies that submitted proposals and three finalists for the work, according to a staff report to council. The work is to be done between Nov. 17 and Jan. 30, with the field available for play Jan. 31.

The project scope, drawn up by Recreation and Parks, Public Works and Finance Department staffers, specifies a new, green, natural grass-color artificial turf, and permanently inlaid, white soccer field markings for a field of about 72 by 105 yards. The turf is to be low-maintenance with an extended warranty of at least 10 years, among other requirements.

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