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Roof work along the riverfront

Workers work on the roof of the Events Pavilion in the under construction Water Works Park. The city’s $7.4 million project includes rejuvenation of the bubbling spring, an event pavilion with a festival lawn, a dog park, a playground with a splash pad, a floating boat dock, a kayak launch and a new section of the Riverwalk with part of it going over a spring-fed basin. Water Works Park is at 1710 N Highland Ave., Tampa, and will open late this summer.

SKIP O'ROURKE | Times

Workers work on the roof of the Events Pavilion in the under construction Water Works Park. The city’s $7.4 million project includes rejuvenation of the bubbling spring, an event pavilion with a festival lawn, a dog park, a playground with a splash pad, a floating boat dock, a kayak launch and a new section of the Riverwalk with part of it going over a spring-fed basin. Water Works Park is at 1710 N Highland Ave., Tampa, and will open late this summer.

SKIP O'ROURKE | Times

Work continues on the roof of the event pavilion under construction at Water Works Park in Tampa. The city's $7.4 million project includes rejuvenation of the bubbling spring, a dog park, playground with a splash pad, a floating boat dock, a kayak launch and a new section of the Riverwalk with part of it going over a spring-fed basin. The park is at 1710 N Highland Ave. Construction started in October and a late summer opening is planned.

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