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WORKERS MUSCLE RAW MATERIALS INTO SPRING TRAINING JEWEL
With each new day of hammering, drilling and smoothing of concrete, the vision of the Chicago Cubs future training home is coming closer to life.

The ballpark's field sunk into the dirt is outlined by concrete walls that will set the stage for exciting home runs. The grass berm, a signature feature of Arizona's spring training ballparks, starts high in right field and slopes down slightly as it makes its way to the left field corner. The dugouts are outlined and so are the bullpens.

The wall behind home plate will feature a brick inlay reminding fans of the team's historic ballpark in the Windy City. The wall is there. The bricks are on their way.

The roof structure also is designed to pay compliment to the team's home field heritage as will the expansive left field building planned to host party decks above a clubhouse and other facilities. Can you say Wrigleyville Rooftops? The inspiration is obvious.

Every piece of the project is now under construction. Workers, a large number of which are Mesa residents, are building six days a week with an eye toward completing the project this fall.
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Neighborhood Project Update Project Hours Change as Steel Goes Up
Steel is starting to go up in buildings on the project site, first in the new clubhouse, followed by the left field building and then the ballpark.

Neighbors may start to hear clanging as workers fasten the steel pieces into place, but the work will be limited to daytime project hours.

Work begins each day at 5 a.m. and continues until 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
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Practice fields will start to get some love from crews until now focused on the larger structures of the complex.

Workers will install the very important drainage system first, key to keeping fields dry and playable all year long, with plans to spray grass seed in May or June! 
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As a good neighbor, we value the opportunity to answer your questions and respond to your concerns. If you have a specific question about the impact of the project on your neighborhood during construction, you may contact the City of Mesa or Hunt Construction Group.

City of Mesa Engineering Public Relations
480-644-3800

Hunt Construction Group
480-699-0104

For general information, please watch for future email updates or check our project website at www.mesacubsballpark.com.


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FUN PROJECT NUMBERS
Every construction project serves up interesting and fun facts. The Chicago Cubs ballpark project is no different. For example, the Cubs clubhouse rising above the dirt west of the ballpark is the 60,000 square home to the Cubs locker and weight room, training rooms, cafeteria, offices and meeting spaces.

The massive building beyond the left field wall is 400 feet long and 100 feet wide! The visiting team will use a locker room below ground, while fans stroll on the promenade, which doubles as the roof. Above all of it will be party decks that offer the feeling of being on a rooftop beyond the friendly confines of Wrigley Field in Chicago.

Encircling the entire complex will be a mile long network of large drainage pipes meant to move water off the 144 acre project site.
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Neighborhood Project Update The Cubs clubhouse takes shape west of the ballpark. Neighborhood Project Update Neighborhood Project Update The outfield wall holds back the park's expansive berm. Neighborhood Project Update Neighborhood Project Update The short wall between the dugouts will feature a brick inlay to remind fans of Wrigley Field. Neighborhood Project Update Neighborhood Project Update The observation tower will give coaches a birds-eye view of players on the practice fields. Neighborhood Project Update
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