Park View Field House Renovation Update

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Based on a Department of General Services update issued on May 6, 2015, the Park View field house is moving along at a good pace and may even be a little ahead of schedule. The project currently has a budget of $439,390 and has the following project milestones.

Project Schedule Milestones
April 9, 2015 – KADCON mobilized to site
April 13 – Hazardous abatement began
April 17 – Hazardous abatement completed
April 24 – Roof construction began
April 27 – Demolition completed
May 22 – New roof to be complete
May 25 – New Walls to begin
May 29 – New windows to begin
June 8 – New ceilings to begin
June 15 – new finishes to begin
June 29 – New Millwork to be begin
July 31 – Substantial completion scheduled

In reviewing the project yesterday, the new roof has been completed, the porch is completely open now, the brickwork appears to be complete, and the old windows have been removed.

Much of the interior has also been gutted, thought the stairway up to the loft is to remain and be refinished. Below is an image showing the interior.

Park View field house(Stairway inside Park View field house May 14, 2015)

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2 Comments on “Park View Field House Renovation Update”

  1. mbk Says:

    Looks good. Any ideas on how the building will be used/programmed in the future?

    • Kent Says:

      I imagine for community meetings or when families what to reserve a space for birthday parties and the like. Programming is ultimately up to DPR though.


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