FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Alamo Hires Program Manager and Construction Manager for Phase One of the Alamo Plan
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kevin Femmel, Alamo Trust, Inc.
Office (210) 225-1391x3005
Mobile (210) 836-8616
The Alamo is proud to announce the selection of both a Program Manager and a Construction Manager for the Alamo Plan. Broaddus & Associates will serve as the Program Manager for the duration of the Alamo Plan, while Clark/Guido will be the Construction Manager for Phase One.
Clark/Guido is a joint venture between Clark Construction and Guido Construction. Clark recently completed the construction of the new Frost Tower in downtown San Antonio's Central Business District. Guido Construction, founded in 1927 and based in San Antonio, built the original base of the Cenotaph when it was first erected in 1939.
"The management and implementation of the Alamo Plan is in good hands with Broaddus, Clark, and Guido," Alamo CEO Douglass McDonald said. "We are particularly thrilled to have the same firm that built the Cenotaph's base in the 1930s in charge of reassembling it."
Guido has an unrivaled portfolio of cultural work in San Antonio, and has worked on local sites such as the Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center, the Botanical Gardens, the Alamo Brewery and the DoSeum. Clark/Guido will be tasked with managing the construction aspects of the first phase of the Alamo Plan, including the dismantling, reassembling, and relocation of the Cenotaph.
For updates on construction and preservation, visit SaveTheAlamo.com or the Save The Alamo blog.
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