The $10 million Lake Elsinore Campground Rehabilitation Project in southern California, is continuing on schedule with approximately $5.3 million of improvements completed or underway, including the vertical construction of the community hall and check-in administration building.

According to Valley News, the Lake Elsinore City Council received an update on the Campground Rehabilitation Campground Project by assistant city manager Jason Simpson, who presented slides of the campground construction work by PlainJoe Studios and staff.

“To date, we have spent approximately $5.2 million,” Simpson said. “The city has been serving in the role of owner-builder for the project using multiple bid sets to accomplish the rehabilitation and installation of improvements.”

He outlined the following improvement that have been completed: RV and boat storage facilities; maintenance building; group camping area and related amenities; wet utilities with sewer and water hookups and utilities in process; dry utilities including electricity hookups in process; demolition and rough grading completed; site development underway and ongoing, and the community hall and check-in administration building underway and going vertical.

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