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National Building Museum VIP celebration for Lawn

Matt Wagner Commercial Projects, News

National Building Museum VIP celebration for Lawn Representatives from the SYNLawn Chesapeake Bay team and corporate headquarters attended the Sponsorship and VIP Reception for the Lawn exhibition launch at the National Building Museum on July 10. After a challenging and successful turf installation, the SYNLawn team was delighted to celebrate their partnership with Museum staff, designers from the LAB at …

National Building Museum selects USDA Certified SYNLawn

Matt Wagner Commercial Projects

*Time-lapse footage provided by EarthCam It’s not every day that you can convince Washington D.C. to embrace something new, even artificial turf. The city that has traditionally preferred live grass, with all its mowing and irrigation requirements, has changed its mind thanks to the innovative plant-based grass offered by SYNLawn. Based on a combination of sustainably grown soybeans and sugarcane, …

1.4 Acres of SYNLawn Anchor World’s Largest Children’s Museum Sports Experience

Matt Wagner Press Releases

Indianapolis, IN — The Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience, a 7.5-acre, $38.5 million exhibit at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis opened Saturday with SYNLawn sustainable, plant-based products in a starring, 1.4-acre role. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the largest of its kind in the world and this indoor/outdoor exhibit, The Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience, is a …

Pete and Alice Dye

SYNLawn brings love of Golf to Indy Children’s Museum

Matt Wagner In the News

Author: Dwight Adams, published: IndyStar.com Indianapolis, IN — Pete and Alice Dye were highly skilled amateur golfers who taught the game to their own children. Now, the famed golf course designers from Indiana will be able to share their love of the sport with other families in the Pete and Alice Dye Golf Experience being built at The Children’s Museum …