MOBILE, AL (February 22, 2017) — White-Spunner Construction (WSC), a leading contractor in the Southeast and ranked 14th largest general contractor in Alabama in 2016 by Business Alabama, is actively completing 154,000 square-feet of retail and dining space for the first phase of a new entertainment project in Foley, Ala. , recently announced by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
The development’s name is OWA, which derives inspiration from the Muskogee Creek language interpretation of “water.” OWA’s “water” refers to a 14-acre lake at the center of the project that also features a themed amusement park, a 150-room Marriott TownePlace Suites hotel, and multiple restaurants and shops. White-Spunner Construction’s role in the first phase of the project will focus on retail shops and restaurants.
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The first phase of the more than $500 million project is set to be complete in the summer of 2017 and is expected to cost approximately $240 million. Future plans for other phases of OWA call for a water park, additional hotels, and a resort level RV park.