Smoothing the spray park

By the Herald staffApril 7, 2014 

Kurtzman Spray Park

Randy Vojta, superintendent of Columbia Pumping and Construction Inc. in Pasco, only appears stranded Monday morning in the middle of wet concrete he's finishing for the splash pad at the new Kurtzman Park spray park. The work is part of a nearly $209,00 project that also removed the park's former swimming pool and pool building at 331 South Wehe Ave. The new spray park is scheduled to open May 1. Ignacio Lopez of CPC works at right. Pasco-based Big D’s Construction is the general contractor for the project.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Randy Vojta, with Columbia Pumping and Construction in Pasco, and co-worker Ignacio Lopez smooth the cement for the splash pad of the new Kurtzman Park spray park in Pasco. The $209,000 project also involved removing a former swimming pool and building at 331 S. Wehe Ave.

The spray park is scheduled to open May 1. Pasco-based Big D's Construction is the general contractor.

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