Lake Atalanta Park Improvements

Community
Rogers, Arkansas

Lake Atalanta Park Improvements

Brief Summary

Crossland Construction was awarded the $9.28 million contract for the Lake Atalanta Park Improvements project in Rogers, Arkansas.  Crews worked tirelessly to build two new restroom facilities, a dog park, a 300 linear foot wooden walking bridge, ten miles of ten-feet-wide concrete walking/biking trails, and an orientation building.  Additional construction included a new playground, interactive water features with multiple pools, tree houses, a serenity pavilion, miles of handset stone walls, wooden walk bridges, and concrete-poured, steel-framed walk bridges.

Crossland crews worked in and over the lake to construct the boardwalks.  Because they couldn’t dam or drain the lake water, they installed composite piers using a drill rig on a barge.  They also constructed the boardwalk’s steel structure using barges and boats. Despite a tight schedule, multiple design revisions, and a large job site, Crossland teams completed the project on time and on budget.

Client - City of Rogers, AR
Size - 17 Acres
Cost - $9.28 Million
Delivery Method - Hard Bid

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Crossland did a great job in meeting the unique design criteria of the project.  They executed the construction in a timely fashion with a high level of quality.  They communicated effectively with the subcontractors and multiple owners, tenants, and other third party representatives to keep everyone on the same page and the project moving smoothly.

– JOHN LANGHAM, AIA, PRINCIPAL (CORE ARCHITECTS)

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