El Paso Loses Ballpark Project Manager

El Paso Chihuahuas HeadEl Paso (TX) city engineer and ballpark project manager Alan Shubert will leave that job to become the local utility’s new vice president of operations and technical services, starting next Monday, Feb. 3.  Bill Studer, the former deputy city manager for development and tourism who was set to retire at the end of this month, will take over.  The new $62-million baseball stadium for the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas (Pacific Coast League) is 70-percent complete and is expected to be ready in time for the team’s home opener on April 11.  Read more here.

El Paso Ballpark Rendering 2

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