The whole construction team met most of Tuesday to review the final punch list on campground improvements. Before the group walked the grounds, Project Manager John Weeden and Joe Moore, assistant director of Grapevine Parks and Recreation, agreed, “at first glance, there is a consensus among our group that our work crews have surpassed expectations—the additions to the park are looking excellent.”
The first order of business was to check every site’s 50 amp electrical, water and sewer connections for proper installation and above ground access. Park Rangers Ken Myers and Allen Creel joined the group from the Grapevine office of the U.S. Corp of Engineers, offering oversight as well on the completed work. Site by site—on all 87 sites—the team suggested and documented all final construction notes.
Project Manager Fred Foxx also joined the group, and shared his compliments for a job well done by all.
The review team included (l-r) Joe Moore and Mike Hooker, the City of Grapevine Lake Parks; David Moore, Jacobs Engineering; Park Rangers Ken Myers and Allen Creel; Gene Cooper, President of Cooper General Contractors; Mark Hill, Jacobs; Chad Hester, City of Grapevine Facilities Division; and Project Managers John Weeden and Fred Foxx.