Gallaudet University Installation

Baseball Backstop Black Coated Fence

Long® Fence has completed installation of a new perimeter commercial chain link fence and backstop netting for the baseball and softball fields at Gallaudet University in Washington DC.

Located in the heart of Washington DC, Gallaudet University’s athletic fields are a cornerstone of the university’s vibrant sports program, which serves as a vital part of student life and community engagement. The installation of the new fencing and netting by Long® Fence is poised to significantly enhance the safety and aesthetics of these facilities, ensuring that they continue to be a source of pride and joy for both the university and its surrounding community.

The project involved installing top-tier commercial chain link fencing, which is renowned for its durability and low maintenance requirements. This fencing solution is ideal for high-use areas like school sports fields, providing robust protection and security without sacrificing visibility. Additionally, the new backstop netting will prevent balls from straying during games, protecting spectators and reducing game interruptions.

We are thrilled to have partnered with Gallaudet University on this important project. Our goal is to ensure that our installations meet the functional needs of the venues and contribute to the overall experience of the athletes and spectators. We believe the new fencing and netting will play a key role in facilitating safe and enjoyable sports events for years.

Long® Fence is dedicated to providing high-quality, reliable solutions for all fencing needs. With over [number] years of experience in the industry, Long® Fence has built a reputation for excellence in both product and service. This project at Gallaudet University is just one example of how Long® Fence is contributing to safer and more engaging community spaces across the region.

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