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Town Branch project fundraising tops $25 million; final design and engineering begins

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Town Branch Park announced today that it has raised $25.4 million dollars – nearly double what was raised previously and more than 80% of the campaigns initial goal. As a result, the project is moving to the final design and engineering phase.

Each year, Town Branch Park reports to the community on significant milestones and accomplishments. In addition to reaching its fund-raising target, the Town Branch Park Board also selected a design consultant.

International and local firms have been hired to bring the project to life. Following a unanimous choice of the selection committee and the full board, Boston-based Sasaki will be the lead designer, supported by a team of local firms — EHI, Strand, and CARMAN — as well as Atlanta-based Rabun. Dean Builds will serve as the local construction manager.

Dean Builds, a commercial and industrial construction company licensed in seven states, has expertise locally working with a variety of businesses, schools, and universities. Dean Builds will work alongside Sasaki during the design phase to evaluate costs and budget and will subsequently oversee construction.

Design work will begin immediately. There will be several additional opportunities for continued community input and involvement throughout the process. Community engagement sessions with Sasaki will be held in late winter/early spring. Details will be announced in the coming weeks.

 

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