Evansville, IN (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
HCW Evansville Development, Inc. (“HCWE”), an Indiana corporation headquartered in Branson, Missouri, and the City of Evansville announced today that March 10, at 3:00 p.m., has been selected as the official ground breaking date for the much anticipated $71.3 million Convention Center Hotel by DoubleTree and residential apartments in Downtown Evansville.
“After a frigid winter resulting in sub-zero temperatures and significant snow fall, HCWE and City officials are excited to break ground and move the project forward,” said Rick Huffman, President of HCWE.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke stated, “The ground breaking is yet another important milestone for this project and our local work force is eager to begin construction. The 257 room hotel will put our city back on the map for convention business, as well as spur additional downtown development. HCW has been a great partner throughout this process and we look forward to opening the doors in the Fall of 2015.”
The company has obtained agreeable financial commitments that pave the way for financing the Hotel and Convention Center asset. Design drawings have been approved by the City and the architects and civil engineers, are in the process of completing construction drawings, which will be submitted to the state in order to secure building permits.”
“We are anxious to complete the final construction documents and go out for hard bids,” Huffman said. “In the meantime, we are moving forward with site preparation and civil plans necessary to insure the construction logistics of the development and structural integrity of the buildings”.
HCW, LLC is a nationwide development company with offices in Wichita, KS, Branson, MO, and Phoenix, AZ. HCW, LLC is widely known for its unique ability to assess the needs and wishes of a community and bring esthetically appropriate development that blends with the best features of each community. For more information about HCW, LLC please visit http://www.HCWDevelopment.com or call 417.332.3400.