On August 19 the Branson Chamber of Commerce and CVB held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of their new building located at 4100 Gretna Rd.
After many years of planning, development, and construction, the Branson Chamber now has a building that can meet all their needs. With the building’s increased visibility, extra meeting spaces, and modern office spaces, this new facility allows for a variety of activities to happen all at once. Craig Wescott, chairman of the board stated: “I think it is a true representation of what we want to show our visitors and our local community on how we do business in Branson.”
On the morning of the opening ceremony, a large crowd of Branson Chamber of Commerce members, community partners, national partners, and dignitaries gathered for a program filled with speakers from all over the state of Missouri. One of the speakers was BRP Architect, Tim Rosenbury, AIA, who was the principal in charge of the project.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony shortly followed, as well as tours of the building, and the requisite cake and ice cream.
Photos from the opening ceremony:
Architect: BRP Architects
Civil Engineer & Landscape Architect: Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers Inc.
Structural Engineer: Bergmann Engineering Co.
MEP Engineer: RTM, formerly Malone Finkle Eckhardt & Collins Inc.
General Contractor: R.E. Smith Construction Co.