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From the Ground Up: Dynamics Gymnastics LLC

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Owner/developer: Steve Strobel
General contractor: Don Strobel
Architect: Burns Architecture
Engineers: Deka Engineering LLC, civil; Burns Architecture, structural mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 9,000 square feet
Estimated cost: $500,000
Lender: Great Southern Bank
Estimated completion date: June 4
Project description: Owner Steve Strobel said he is building Dynamics Gymnastics’ second location in Springfield to expand his two-year-old competitive cheerleading program, Icon Cheer, and reach out to people living in southwest Springfield. His first location is at 2100 E. Pythian St. The new location will feature an in-ground trampoline, a vfoam pit and a tumbling track. Strobel said his father, a retired commercial remodeler, served as the general contractor on the project.  

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