REYNOLDS COUNTY, MO. — St. Louis-based Kwame Building Group is serving as construction manager for the redevelopment of Johnson’s Shut-In’s State Park located in Reynolds County. The park, which has been closed since it was damaged by the breach of the Taum Sauk Reservoir in December 2005, is scheduled to reopen to the public this year. Buildings being constructed at the park include an orientation center, a retail store, a residence for the assistant superintendent, seasonal staff residence quarters, shower house and laundry facilities, restrooms, camper cabins and picnic shelters. Atlanta-based MACTEC is acting as designer and builder for the project. The redevelopment is being completed on behalf of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.