The two fields together cost about $3.6 million and were installed during the summer of 2016. They were designed by Milone & MacBroom and built by Turco Golf, with material manufactured by Sprinturf. Clift told the finance board the general contractor that did the original drainage work didn’t want to participate in the agreement. The finance board members approved his request for up to $70,000 to get another contractor in to fix the drainage at BEHS so as not to delay replacing the field itself. At the same meeting finance board also agreed to waive bid requirements on the drainage repair. Roger Rousseau, the city’s purchasing agent, said Milone & MacBroom have already developed the designs necessary to do the repairs and recommended a list of four contractors with specific experience in this type of work.