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St. Louis Selects Kwame for O’Fallon Park Recreation Complex

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The City of St. Louis has contracted KWAME Building Group as project manager on the $23 million O’Fallon Park Recreation Complex.

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KWAME is assisting the St. Louis Board of Public Service in managing all aspects of the project. Construction is underway and expected to be completed by the end of 2011.

The O’Fallon Park Recreation Complex is just the second such facility built in St. Louis since the 1970s, and the first in north St. Louis. The recreation complex is located on 13 acres of land near I-70 and West Florissant Avenue.

The two-story, 79,000-sq-ft recreation complex will feature a full indoor aquatic center with a splash pool, lazy river, vortex pool, children’s pools and a rock climbing wall above the water; an outdoor lap pool; and a sauna, steam room and spa.

Other amenities include a double gymnasium with lockers, a fitness center, an indoor running track, and a community center with a senior center, teen lounge and multipurpose community rooms.

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