Work continues on splash park


Galion’s new splash park in East Park is starting to take shape. From left, Cincinnati-based PSS Contractors employees Sam Korrer and Jason Chisenhall measure elevations in the park. Project manager Brian Currah said Thursday that he estimates his company’s construction work will be completed in four weeks. The $328,000 project is being funded through a $200,000 grant from the Freese Foundation and a $128,000 match from the City of Galion.


Galion’s new splash park in East Park is starting to take shape. From left, Cincinnati-based PSS Contractors employees Sam Korrer and Jason Chisenhall measure elevations in the park. Project manager Brian Currah said Thursday that he estimates his company’s construction work will be completed in four weeks. The $328,000 project is being funded through a $200,000 grant from the Freese Foundation and a $128,000 match from the City of Galion.

Galion’s new splash park in East Park is starting to take shape. From left, Cincinnati-based PSS Contractors employees Sam Korrer and Jason Chisenhall measure elevations in the park. Project manager Brian Currah said Thursday that he estimates his company’s construction work will be completed in four weeks. The $328,000 project is being funded through a $200,000 grant from the Freese Foundation and a $128,000 match from the City of Galion.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_splash.jpgGalion’s new splash park in East Park is starting to take shape. From left, Cincinnati-based PSS Contractors employees Sam Korrer and Jason Chisenhall measure elevations in the park. Project manager Brian Currah said Thursday that he estimates his company’s construction work will be completed in four weeks. The $328,000 project is being funded through a $200,000 grant from the Freese Foundation and a $128,000 match from the City of Galion.
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