NOLA Motorsports Park is a road race track in Avondale, Louisiana, just 15 minutes across the Mississippi River from New Orleans. The kart circuit and North Track circuits opened in Q4 of 2011. Future plans include the completion of a South Track. When linked with the North Track, it will form a five-mile course, making it the longest race track in North America.
In addition to the two international race tracks, the facility also features karting tacks, full service seven acre kart center, on-site speed shop, clubhouse, an eight acre autocross pad, single lane drag strip, and luxury villas for residents.
The Park was designed with forward thinking electronic systems. Digital Designers designed and installed the complex fiber optic wiring network for the property which required running, terminating, and certifying nearly 10 miles of Fiber Optic cable via direct burial and conduit at the 80 acre race site with pulls ranging from 300' to over 4,400'.
The infrastructure will be used to link 10 Corner Post Stations along the racetrack and all administration and Operational buildings.
Difficult and complex installations such as this project are what help set Digital Designers apart from all other low voltage providers.