A comprehensive aquatics modernization program for North Shore Country Club. The scope included a new aquatics facility – inclusive of a new locker room building, outdoor bar and dining pavilion, expansive dining terraces, as well as surrounding site work and ornamental landscaping with golf course agronomy integration.
A new, third-story addition built atop an existing 40-year-old club, complete with new administrative offices and a conference room. This project also featured a new two-story entrance with a grand 30-FT tall foyer and cupola. The existing club banquet area, bar, dining rooms, restrooms and outside patio were all completely renovated. Early on in this … Continued
This clubhouse was designed in 1910 by the famous Chicago Architect, Howard Van Doren Shaw. In the 1960s, the three large bay windows (approximately 20’ tall by 20’ wide) in the main living room were removed and replaced with aluminum frame windows. A few years ago, we were contracted to carefully remove the aluminum frames, … Continued
New construction of a 2,700-SF pool house building which included a commercial grade kitchen and casual dining area.
Demolition of an existing aquatic center to build a new aquatic campus. The scope consisted of a new 4,200-SF pool house, two new pools and locker rooms. The project also included the renovation of the existing concession building.
A clubhouse renovation that enhanced and revived the casual dining experience for Sunset Ridge Country Club members. An extensive millwork-focused project included construction of a new 30’ long bar, new fireplaces, renovated library, improved club dining rooms, and renovation of the women’s card room.
A 32-week complete renovation and partial addition to the historic North Shore Country Club. The scope included: demolition of the clubhouse’s north wall and roof for construction of the new addition; demolition of the second floor terrace, allowing installation of a new metal and glass railing system; a renovation of the lobby, banquet hall, casual … Continued