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Infill

A smart growth term referring to using available properties within the community, as opposed to expanding outward or using existing greenfields within the community.
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The reason that's important is, the wider the gauge is, the more room there is between rows, the more room there is for the infill to migrate.
Gilman: With proper maintenance, loose infill does not occur often at all.
Bakre: "A higher fiber density value provides the following: stabilizes the infill so the field maintains its consistency, even through player cuts, impact, high traffic areas, etc.
The most important characteristics to look for when choosing an infill system are particle size, distribution of the rubber if the infill is a sand/rubber mix, cleanliness, and cost.
Routine brushing keeps the surface free from debris such as leaves, litter and dirt, ensures the exposed part of the fiber is uniform in it's direction and stays upright, and keeps the infill uniform in distribution.
Unless there's a reaction that causes the fields to impact or causes the infill to move, it's a perfect scenario.
Bruno lives in one of his own infill neighborhoods in close-in Clayton, Mo.
I see infill as a great option for aging baby boomers," says Minneapolis developer Lander.
And where you build requires vision, says Aziz Khudairi, an infill developer active in Houston's Upper Kirby District (see page 138).
Most developers who specialize in infill agree: It's far smarter to rebuild in stable neighborhoods than to shop for bargains in questionable areas.
It was a logical move, given that the two had recently completed a successful 33-unit project on an adjacent infill parcel.
Richards Bruno's infill work is of the tear-down-and-rebuild variety.