Meadowbrook Park Improvements & Activity Building Awarded

Meadowbrook Rendering Landworks Studio

Rendering Credit: Landworks Studio



80+ Acre Meadowbrook Park Awarded to Harmon Construction

Signature Community Project Contracted for $8.3 Million


Harmon was recently awarded the Meadowbrook Park Improvements and Activity Building Project through the Johnson County Park & Recreation District (JCPRD). The project has already been acclaimed by winning a Planning Initiative Award through the National Association of County Park and Recreation Officials (NACPRO) for work done on its Master Plan in 2015, allowing more than 1,000 citizens participation in the planning process.


Preconstruction work is already underway with construction to start in June of this year. Located on the former site of the Meadowbrook Golf and Country Club, the $8.3 Million improvements of the 80+ acre area will include picnic areas, playground, gardens, a 3.75 mile system of paved trails, tennis courts, ponds to be used for water-based activities, freestanding park restrooms, public gathering spaces and shelters, and a grand pavilion.


Construction will also include a new 12,300 square foot activity center/clubhouse to accommodate a variety of uses including public events, activities, and an early childhood education program.


We will be partnering with Landworks Studio, lead design firm for construction administration throughout the project, and SFS Architecture who will provide design and engineering services on the Activity Building.


Harmon is excited to get started on this project which has a scheduled completion in April of 2018. “We’re thrilled about this great opportunity to partner with community leaders on this signature project,” says Tim Harmon, president of Harmon Construction.


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Rendering Credit: SFS Architecture
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Rendering Credit: SFS Architecture

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Check out the Kansas City Business Journal news article on this project.