Here’s a quick view of Public Parties Phase IIIB ‘fast facts’ with a focus on materials used in construction of Central Riverfront Garage and Race Street extension and Smale Riverfront Park expansion.
Percentage of workforce living within the 26-county Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area*
* There are no local residency participation goals for the project.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
Goal/participation varied by
project, between 4% and 9%.
Combined Minority and Women Workforce Participation
Public Parties construction safety hours for all phases.
The Public Parties project work remained within budget.
All Public Parties work remained on schedule.
Further details are available here.
* Impressions equals the number of times users saw the tweet on Twitter.
‡ Engagements is the total number of times users have interacted with a tweet, including retweets, replies, follows, and likes.
A total of 305 Hamilton County residents responded to a brief survey available online June 29–July 3, 2020. Purpose of the study was to measure awareness and perceptions of The Banks infrastructure (parking) and greenspace among Hamilton County residents.
Users of the Central Riverfront Garage are satisfied with parking 93% very/somewhat satisfied; 7% not satisfied.
A total of 75% of respondents agree that The Banks has been a good investment of public dollars; 22% are unsure, and 2% disagree.
Visitors indicate they are highly satisfied with Smale Park 97% very/somewhat satisfied; 3% not satisfied.