Photos: Construction of softball fields at Fort Lewis College on track

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Photos: Construction of softball fields at Fort Lewis College on track

Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.

Photos: Construction of softball fields at Fort Lewis College on track

Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

Construction on the Durango city softball fields at Fort Lewis College is coming along, with dirt being spread on the fields and fencing going up, and a new scoreboard being placed on the women’s field. According to Scott Chism, city landscape architect and project manager for Parks and Recreation, the project is on schedule for completion in mid November. The main push is to get the sod in and seed planted so the fields can be played on in the spring. Officials originally planned for a new building at the fields, but there was not enough money in the $4,343,000 project, which includes new tennis courts, so the existing building is being remodeled so that it will meet the needs for press boxes, restrooms and everything needed for playing softball.
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