The 1863 Club is costing the New York Racing Association $30 million to build, according to The Daily Gazette. It is the largest capital improvement project at Saratoga Race Course in more than 50 years. At the end of the 2019 racing season at Saratoga, about $20 million will have been awarded to winning jockeys and horse owners. Horse racing is clearly a big business, and that means the 1863 Club project’s bottom line is a big deal.
That’s where Deep-Dek® Composite’s combined benefits pay off: It is a cost-effective option for many projects.
Assembly speed: Deep-Dek® Composite’s installation efficiency means no costly project delays and fewer labor hours. Its long spans equal less time spent erecting support columns due to the long open spans achieved.
Less material: Because it is a light-weight thin slab with long-span capabilities, Deep-Dek® Composite requires fewer supporting beams, reducing material costs and subsequent labor to fabricate and install.
During its leg of the race to the project finish line, New Millennium accomplished its task: delivering a high-quality, budget-friendly product quickly, efficiently and—most importantly—on time.