Saugerties, NY, December 14, 2015–The Saugerties Stallions and the Town of Saugerties today held a ground-breaking ceremony that initiated the 124 seating area at the Cantine Memorial Complex. New Stallions owner, Kevin Hinchey; Superintendent of Town Parks and Buildings in Saugerties, Greg Chorvas; Town of Saugerties Supervisor, Greg Helsmoortel; and Stallions General Manager, Dennis Sheehan had shovels in hand today to begin the process of the new stadium seat project.
Hinchey stated “I am extremely pleased Bruce Utter of Praetorius and Conrad, Albert Riozzi Masonry and Construction, and Irwin Seating Company have signed on to be such integral pieces to this project. Bruce has designed the space. Al and his crew will construct the 50-foot walls with the 20-foot returns with a brick face front as well as the seat base, and Irwin Seating Company will put the 124 seats into place.” Irwin is the same seating company that designed and placed the seating in Yankee Stadium as well as other stadiums nation-wide.
The newly designed portion of the complex will have a private entrance to the VIP seating section for all events held at Cantine Field. College and Major League Baseball scouts will have access to this area to accurately assess players. Hinchey added, “I am looking forward to having fans enjoy the games from the best seats in the house.”
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