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Eureka shares its Civic Pride

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Eureka is proud to announce having shared its Civic Pride by contributing to the upgrades at the Finish Line Judge’s Station/Viewing Booth along Kelly Drive just in time for Philadelphia to host the 2010 Dad Vail Regatta.

“The city also committed to invest $300,000 to improve the finish-line stands and build a world-class finish-line tower,” Hanna said. “They’re right on schedule.”

“New windows in the finish line pavilion not only look better but also improve the ventilation for judges, who used to swelter inside.”

Among the scope of work, Eureka is proud to have replaced existing single hung non-thermal windows with a thermally broken storefront system and projection windows, bronze laminated insulated glass units, and a new entry to the viewing stand.


Judges' Station before renovations

Judges' Station before renovations


Judge's Station after renovations

Judge's Station after renovations

Read more about the Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta  and the Regatta’s decision to stay in Philadelphia in this article at the Philadelphia InquirerRead the opening day coverage at the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The 2010 event takes place May 7 & May 8 along the Schuylkill River.  Learn more about the Regatta at its website, http://www.dadvail.org


Written by Anson

May 5, 2010 at 12:00 pm

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