Grandstands Cover and New Announcers Stand Coming Soon

Grandstands Cover and New Announcers Stand Coming Soon

Carbondale Wild West Rodeo Association Board is pleased to announce that work has finally begun on the Grandstand Roof and the Announcer's Booth. There have been some very generous donations that are helping to make it possible to get a new rodeo announcer's booth. We would like to thank the donors listed below the Town of Carbondale, Jeff Jackel, and Garfield County for all they have done to make this possible. Also, below is more information of the timeline for the project.

Rodeo Announcer’s Booth Update:

The existing 45-year old announcers booth was removed the first week of November and is being repurposed at the Hendrick Community Garden as their new Garden Tool Shed

Stamped Architectural plans for the new announcers booth have been provided pro-bono no charge by Tim Hagman

Engineering review of the new announcers booth is being provided pro-bono by John Partch of SGM

Soils testing in preparation of the concrete foundation pour has been provided pro-bono no charge by Lou Eller & Dan Hardin from H-P Kumar

Labor for forming & setting the concrete foundation is being provided pro-bono no charge by MGM Concrete.

Concrete for the foundation is being provided pro-bono no charge by Travis Steward of Casey Concrete

Construction labor to build the new announcers booth is being provided pro-bono no charge by Don VanDevander of Aaron Jacob Construction

The Town will be seeking donations of materials at-cost for the lumber and electrical work needed for the project

Announcer’s Booth should be completed by Thanksgiving

Rodeo Bleacher Grandstand Roof Update:

Talley Ho Construction submitted the first week of November, stamped engineered drawings to Garfield County & has pulled a building permit for construction to begin

Prefabricated Steel columns & metal roofing will be arriving on site November 1st

Concrete foundation footers (5 total) for the steel columns to support the roof will be dug & poured in the next 2-weeks

Setting the steel columns & erecting the metal roof cover will follow
Project should be completed by Thanksgiving

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