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McKelvey Construction to Build New Balboa Peninsula Point Tot Lot
Orange County, CA, March, 2012 - This summer the children and families of Balboa Peninsula Point will have a new Tot Lot to enjoy. Supported by community fund-raising, the Tot Lot will serve to reinforce the area’s commitment to its families and neighborhoods.
Working together, the Balboa Peninsula Point Association (BPPA), the Community Foundation of Balboa Peninsula Point (CFBPP), and the City of Newport Beach began the conceptual work on the Tot Lot project in 2009, and since then, the CFBPP has been receiving donations from the local community. In April, the City Council of Newport Beach is expected to give final approval and begin issuing permits. Paul McKelvey of McKelvey Construction, working with BPPA and the City of Newport Beach, is hoping to begin construction this Spring, and has a target completion goal of Summer 2012.
A long-time resident of Balboa Peninsula Point, Paul McKelvey is excited to be involved in the Tot Lot community enhancement project. Not only will the park provide a safe and attractive place for families with small children to go, but with subdued equipment colors, appealing landscaping, and American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant surfaces, this new park will help encourage and promote a family-friendly environment within the entire community.
In operation since 1986, McKelvey Construction works on residential and commercial properties on all phases of new construction, renovations, room additions, and remodel projects. In 2010, McKelvey founded Building Trades Network. He also developed and operates the Ganahl Lumber Contractors Directory. For more information, contact: Paul McKelvey (949) 413-3790.
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About Paul McKelvey:
Paul McKelvey of McKelvey Construction is a general contractor with extensive experience in commercial and residential construction, renovation, additions, and remodels.
Beginning in 1976 as a general building contractor, Paul soon earned his general engineering contractors license and reinforcing steel license. Paul was invited by the city of Los Angeles to join the engineering committees responsible for writing new residential and hillside build codes after the Northridge earthquake.
Paul’s background makes him a specialist in structural renovation for commercial and residential properties, and his strong attention to detail, craftsmanship, and extensive knowledge of construction codes and techniques make his company one of the premier General Contracting firms in Orange County.
Along with a Class-B General Contracting license, Paul has earned his Class-A Engineering, Class C-8 Concrete and Class C-50 Reinforcing Steel licenses.