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News » US » Sundt picked for El Paso water park » published 30 Jul 2018

Sundt picked for El Paso water park

The Texas city of El Paso has approved the construction contract for a leisure complex that includes a 50m-long swimming pool, a diving well and a neighbourhood water park.

Sundt Construction will build the Eastside Regional Park project under a contract with a guaranteed maximum price of approximately US$37.7m.

Key amenities of the project in East El Paso include the public indoor competition-ready pool with diving well – the only one its kind in the region – as well as a community center, gymnasium, computer center and an outdoor neighborhood water park.

 “This is going to be El Paso’s largest park and a major regional attraction for residents and visitors alike,” said El Paso’s capital improvement department director Sam Rodriguez said. “Council’s action enables us to begin transforming this 92-acre parcel on the Eastside into to a premier destination for families.”

Construction will start this summer. The first phase will span across 10.6 acres and includes the indoor pool and diving well, the community center and water park as well as amenities including parking and landscaping.

 “Residents have told us time and time again that they want more parks and more things to do so that’s what we are delivering. We are on a journey to create great spaces that offer unique experiences while serving as a catalyst for economic development that in the long run can provide relief for our residential taxpayers,” said mayor pro-tem Michiel Noe.


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This article was published on 30 Jul 2018 (last updated on 1 Aug 2018).

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