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Contractor confirmed for Chidren’s playground at Corrandulla

The appointment of a contractor to the construction of the new children’s playground at Corrandulla, County Galway has been confirmed.

Chair of Annaghdown/Corrandulla Playground Committee Cllr. James Charity announced the confirmation today, thanking the companies who submitted a tender.

“I am delighted to announce that following a competitive tender campaign and a thorough review and selection process by the Committee, Kompan have been chosen as the successful tenderer. It is expected that construction works will begin on site within the next 5-6 weeks and the project will be completed in a further 5 weeks thereafter,” he said.

“I want to thank all companies who submitted a tender and can confirm the quality of all submissions was second to none. We are delighted to now be moving forward with our contractor and seeing this project through to completion so that all the families and children of the area have a new, contemporary and safe place to play.

“Following on from the amazing success of our fundraising event in the Clayton Hotel on the 16th February last, I also want to thank all of our sponsors, raffle and auction contributors who gave so generously and, of course, the local community who supported the event and turned out in numbers on the night, as well as the participants in Blind Date and our MC Ronan Lardner who collectively made it such a memorable occasion for everyone in attendance.

“I also wish to express a special word of thanks to all of our very hardworking committee who made the fundraising night such a seemeless and professional operation and who have stayed the course now over 3 years to get us to this point,” Cllr Charity added.

Michael Malone
Email me at editor@galwaydaily.com
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