Floodplain administration: Ten X housing in holding pattern while town works with county flood control

Tusayan residents gathered for the official kick-off to the Ten X Ranch housing development project July 21. The development is located approximately 3.5 miles outside of the gateway community of Tusayan outside of Grand Canyon National Park. / Loretta Yerian/WGCN.


By Erin Ford | Grand Canyon News

Although construction has ceased as the town of Tusayan works to come into compliance with Coconino County Flood Control District permitting requirements, work on the project – and its costs —are still ongoing.

At the Town Council’s regular meeting Jan. 16, Rod Davis, owner of Premier Building Group, gave council members a breakdown of the continued costs associated with Ten X project even though construction at the site has been suspended indefinitely. Considerations brought to the council include the removal of rental equipment, a security presence at the site, receiving of ordered supplies and materials and ongoing construction management and risk (CMAR) activities.

Davis presented the council with three site shutdown options — full demobilization of the project, demobilization with the ability to remobilize and standby mode.


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