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  • CR4.04 Fort Lowell Park Adkins Parcel Project

    Total Actual Cost: $1,578,669
    Project Number: CFMFTLOWL
    Funding Sources: 2004 General Obligation Bonds
    Completion Date: December 2014 
    Managing Dept.: Facilities Management 
    Project Map: GIS Map

    The project was originally intended to create a public asset for historic, educational and recreational needs by restoring, rehabilitating and protecting certain historic buildings on what was the original US Army station known as Fort Lowell. The buildings used as officer’s quarters were to be restored and/or protected from further decay. An “avenue” of cottonwood trees was to be recreated; walkways, fences and a parking lot were also part of the original design concept.

    The Adkins Parcels (where these assets are located) was a brownfield site and had a number of archeological features on it.  A substantial amount of abatement and cleanup efforts were required resulting in only a partial scope of the intended project completed with the available funding.

    Completion of the remaining scope of the park will require additional bond or other funding to finish the effort.

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