Mae Simmons Park to get new pavilion - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Mae Simmons Park to get new pavilion

Rendering of pavilion to be constructed in Mae Simmons Park Rendering of pavilion to be constructed in Mae Simmons Park
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Mae Simmons Park near 19th and Martin Luther King Boulevard will soon get a pavilion.  Companies have until Thursday to bid on the construction of the new pavilion, which is 70 feet long and 35 feet wide. 

Bid documents do not say how much has been budgeted for the project, but KCBD NewsChannel 11 did some research on the Internet.  Based on the typical prices for a metal building the pavilion might cost between $39,000 and $73,000. 

City council will approve a construction bid on September 27th and the completion date is estimated to be 90 days later.

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