Contracts for sidewalk repairs, a new community center and a design for the Devil's Gate Multi-Use Project in the Arroyo Seco were approved Tuesday by the Board of Directors.
Summit Builders was awarded $4.8 million to begin construction in November of the two-story, 41,300-square-foot Villa-Parke Community Center in Northwest Pasadena. Marina Contractors Inc. of Irvine received a $1.9-million contract to repair damaged concrete sidewalks in Northwest Pasadena. Work will begin in October.
Takata Associates was given $173,000 for preliminary park planning and design of the Devil's Gate project, under which 250 acres of the Arroyo Seco will be converted into ground-water storage and recreational areas.