Exterior of the renovated clubhouse. Photos courtesy of WCG
White Construction Group, a Colorado-based commercial general construction firm, recently completed the 7,772-sq-ft clubhouse renovation, a new 4,500-sq-ft cart barn and site work at the South Suburban Golf Course. The clubhouse originally opened in 1973 with an addition completed in 1983 followed by another addition and remodel in 1989. Teaming with Barker Rinker Seacat, the $3.5 million project included a total remodel along with a new layout for the restaurant, bar and patio offering an impressive view of the golf course and mountains. The new expanded Pro Shop now welcomes visitors as they enter the clubhouse. Golfers and staff will enjoy the new 4,500-sq-ft energy efficient cart barn and improved cart paths and pedestrian walkways providing an easier traffic flow for all.
In performing the South Suburban Golf Clubhouse remodel, one of White Construction Group’s priorities was minimizing impact to operations. This was achieved by routing golfers around the project and close coordination with the staff. In order to keep the Pro Shop operational, a temp trailer was added during construction.
“We are thrilled to provide a first-class Clubhouse for our Championship South Suburban Golf Course. The Clubhouse will not only serve golfers, but it will be a great gathering place for residents, neighbors and others looking for an inviting place to relax, have a casual meal and socialize,” said Melissa Reese-Thacker, planning manager, South Suburban Parks and Rec Department.
As an innovative, fast-growing, commercial, general construction company, White Construction Group has the expertise to manage, build, and deliver projects per our clients’ standards and expectations.
White CG specializes in commercial construction, design-build, historic preservation and adaptive re-use projects in the Rocky Mountain Region for 32 years.
Cart barn at South Suburban Golf Coursev
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