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Major Maintenance Project Information
Warren G. Magnuson Park - Picnic Shelter Renovation

 

Address: 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115


Current Status

Thank you Seattle!
Seattle Parks and Recreation and Skanska USA invite you to the ribbon cutting celebration on Friday, May 4, 2012 from 2012.

The project is nearing completion and construction fencing will be removed prior to the ribbon cutting.

Seattle Parks and Recreation cumulative reserve funds provided $40,000 in funding for design, permitting and administration of the project while Skanska USA volunteers and subcontractor partners donated labor and materials valued at more than $140,000 to construct the replacement facility. The Seattle Conservation Corps provided excavation and concrete work for the project.

The picnic shelter is built of durable materials to reduce maintenance and lessen opportunities for vandalism.

Project Description

Budget: $40,000
Cumulative Reserve Funds provides $40,000 funding for design, permitting and administration of the project. Parks is partnering with Skanska Construction, who is donating labor and materials to construct the replacement facility.

Construction begins: March 2012
Project complete: May 2012

This project demolishes the existing picnic shelter and replaces it with a new one built from durable materials that will reduce maintenance and opportunity for vandalism.

 
Updated April 25, 2012

More Information

Kelly Davidson
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-0998
kelly.davidson@seattle.gov

Events

Please join Seattle Parks and Skanska USA Building, Inc for the dedication of the new Magnuson picnic shelter.

Friday, May 4, 2012
2 - 3 p.m.

Links


Schematic Design 100%
Picnic Shelter


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