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Fishers – The City of Fishers has shared the long-awaited rendering of improvements coming to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater. While construction is currently underway, the rendering highlights key improvements not only aesthetically, but experientially for concert-goers, including:
• A new 1700 sq. ft. AMP Pavilion with meeting room available for community use
• A new stage, 25 ft. deeper, with sound wall for a better listening experience
• An elevated lawn for a better visual experience for those seated further away from the stage
• A foundation for all ages located south of the new AMP Pavilion to enhance the experience of visitors to the Nickel Plate District
• A variety of improvements to sidewalk connectivity, aesthetics, and the construction of centrally located restrooms in the AMP Pavilion.
The bid will be voted on at the Board of Public Works meeting on Monday January 22. Fishers-based Myers Construction Management and Meyer Najem Construction have submitted the bid and, if approved, will receive the contract for the project. Additional updates will be shared as the project progresses.
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