January 19, 2024
Bay Shore, NY – The LandTek Group Inc. is honored to be one of the driving forces behind history with the design-build of the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium pitch on Long Island. The temporary, new state-of-the-art facility will host the T20 World Cup, which will be played on American soil for the first time in history this June.
The LandTek Group will be responsible for building and maintaining the professional grass stadium pitch, surrounding synthetic and natural grass practice fields, public viewing areas, and additional amenities, with a specific focus on pitch and field development. The process of procuring, assembling and growing the portable pitches has commenced at LTG Sports Turf One, LandTek’s Florida-based division. Adelaide Oval’s Head Curator Damian Hough is part of the LandTek team assisting in pitch preparation.
With its modern amenities and fan-friendly environment, the newly constructed stadium will bring 34,000 fans from across the globe to Long Island on June 3rd for the commencement of the T20 World Cup. The much-anticipated face-off between rivals Pakistan and India will be held on June 9th. This groundbreaking project marks a significant milestone in LandTek’s commitment to excellence and innovation in the sports facility construction industry.
Commenting on the collaboration, John Sulinski, COO of The LandTek Group, stated, “We are honored to join forces with the International Cricket Council and Nassau County on this visionary project. Cricket is experiencing tremendous growth in the United States, and this facility will play a pivotal role in nurturing that growth. Our team is committed to delivering a cricket pitch that emulates the best in the world.”