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Pavilion Installation Begins at Susan Creek

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Ground was broken yesterday, June 14, on the Susan Creek Hexagonal Pavilion project located outside of Glide, Oregon. The Bureau of Land Management purchased a hexagonal pavilion with extra design features through Romtec’s General Services Administration (GSA) contract. The GSA contract is designed to give government purchasers “most favored customer pricing” and a speed purchasing process. This means that government purchasers can save extra time while saving budgetary money by avoiding taking projects to bid where lengthy disputes can erupt and drag projects out.
This hexagon pavilion will have some very attractive features to add to the Susan Creek Day-use Area. Aside from the Hexagonal form, the pavilion will have stone column base wrapping for the rough-sawn timber posts, the concrete floor/foundation will be colored tan to blend in with the natural surroundings, and the ceiling will feature attractive tongue and groove decking with metal roofing for durability.
The construction on this project will continue into next week with some extra time for the concrete to cure, but before the end of the month, we are looking forward to having a great Romtec pavilion right up the road from our offices! In continuing with its effort to serve disabled persons, the Bureau of Land Management’s new hexagon pavilion will be ADA accessible, so thank the BLM for providing a inclusive park that everyone can enjoy!
Do you like the BLM adding in a day-use pavilion?

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