Project Description

Tualatin Commons Fountain

The Tualatin Commons serves as the living room for the City of Tualatin, hosting gatherings, farmers markets, concerts, and community events.  The only thing missing?  A state-of-the-art splash pad.

Paul Brothers took on the project which included extensive and careful site demo, salvaging many of the City’s existing bricks, installation of the re-circulating water feature system complete with 25+ nozzles, water storage/balance tank, pump and activator.  The project also called for a slight facelift to the Commons entrance, right of way work, lighting and landscaping.  The project is a welcome mat for the entire community with year-round possibilities with a foundation built on beautiful colored concrete and pavers.   PBI worked closely with its subcontractors, Owner and Architect and various City bureaus to build this new water feature and splash-pad.

Project Details

YEAR

2022

CLIENT

City of Tualatin

ARCHITECT

MacKay Sposito

WORK

Erosion, demo, grading, water feature in its entirety, pavers, colored concrete, ROW work.

COSTS

$340,000.00