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Debby Damage At Bright House Field Cost Nearly $400,000

The city is expected to spend nearly $400,000 for new carpet and furniture for the bottom floor of Bright House Field after class 3 blackwater damaged the floors, wall and furniture June 24.

When Bright House Field filled like a soup bowl with water from rains from Tropical Storm Debby, of course there would be cleanup costs.

Turns out the tab to replace the carpet and furniture and to repair damage to the first floor from the class 3 blackwater that filled it June 24 is close to $400,000.

City leaders are expected to approve those costs at the City Council meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall, 112 S Osceola Ave., in Clearwater.

The replacement carpet and furniture is ordered. The project is expected to be complete by December.

Cost breakdown:

  • $125,836.44 - dry out and removal
  • $74,482.10 - rebuild
  • $183,374.93 - carpet
  • $9,384.69 - furniture

See Also:

Complete Patch coverage of Tropical Storm Debby's impact on Clearwater

brian October 17, 2012 at 08:10 PM
We at Trinicon LLC were honored to provide the dry out and rebuild services for the Bright House Field project. Thank you to the City of Clearwater for the opportunity. Brian T. Johns CGC, CCC, CR, WLS, CMR, CIE President & CEO 2840 46th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Fl 33714 727-515-8730 Cellular 888-521-5667 Office 727-521-5668 Fax brian@triniconllc.com www.triniconllc.com

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