Concord General Contracting performed competitive bid services for Roosevelt Water Conservation District for their new Administration and Operations Complex. This was a highly anticipated project that required several years of planning within the District. The completed $12 million facility is 24,000 square feet.
Concord General Contracting and Adaptive Architects teamed together with Roosevelt Water Conservation District under a competitive bid delivery method. The design concept of the facility is based on an agricultural vernacular that reflects Roosevelt Water Conservation District’s mission and program. This property consists of an admistration complex, a maintenance facility, as well as a demonstration area referred to as Legacy Park. This is used to model the irrigation delivery method provided by RWCD. A unique element to this project is RWCD’s original water tower that was restored and relocated to the inside of Legacy Park. This tower was used by District employees and their families at the original location and dates back to the early 1940s.
Concord General Contracting, the Roosevelt Water District, and Adaptive Architects celebrated this exciting milestone with a Dedication Ceremony for the new District on Saturday, November 2nd. The District officially opened its new doors on Monday, November 18th.