Super Bowl LI: Tackling NRG Stadium

From maintaining 94,830 square feet of AstroTurf to keeping locker rooms sanitized to protect players from MRSA, here’s some of what it takes to get a facility ready to host the Super Bowl, thanks to SMS Assist.


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From maintaining 94,830 square feet of AstroTurf to keeping locker rooms sanitized to protect players from MRSA, here’s some of what it takes to get a facility ready to host the Super Bowl, thanks to SMS Assist.
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Super Bowl LI: Tackling NRG Stadium

From maintaining 94,830 square feet of AstroTurf to keeping locker rooms sanitized to protect players from MRSA, here’s some of what it takes to get a facility ready to host the Super Bowl, thanks to SMS Assist.

Super Bowl LI: Tackling NRG Stadium

When nearly 72,000 fans stream into NRG Stadium in Houston to watch the Atlanta Falcons face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI on February 5, they’ll be more focused on the big game than the behind-the-scenes preparations.

Even though getting a facility ready for a huge event like the Super Bowl may not be as exciting as the game itself, that kind of effort does deserve some attention. From maintaining 94,830 square feet of AstroTurf to the keeping the locker rooms sanitized to protect players from MRSA, here’s some of what it takes to get a facility ready to host the Super Bowl, thanks to SMS Assist.

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