Woodway Country Club renovation project completed
Published 10:31 am, Wednesday, July 10, 2013
The construction management and general contracting firm recently marked the completion of its 20th private club project in the past 10 years.
At Woodway, A.P. Construction completed the $3.8 million, 9,500-square-foot pool and poolhouse renovation. The architect was Culpen & Woods Architects. David Breidenbach was the project executive, Mark Kammerer was the project manager and Scott Marlow was the superintendent for A.P. Construction.
In addition to the Woodway project, three others -- all totaling more than $11 million -- were recently completed: the two-phased renovation and expansion of the clubhouse at Old Westbury Golf & Country Club on Long Island, various renovations at Ridgewood Country Club in Danbury and the new addition and renovation at Riverside Yacht Club in Greenwich.
A.P. Construction has managed numerous private club facility renovations, expansions and capital improvements totaling more than $100 million. It has completed construction and renovations projects ranging from clubhouses, locker rooms, pro shops, pools, poolhouses, tennis buildings and maintenance facilities.
"Renovations help demonstrate a club's commitment to maintaining their allure and offering the best amenities for their membership. A.P. Construction takes pride in partnering with clubs to implement their vision with quality construction at the right price," said Nicholas S. Everett, senior vice president of A.P. Construction Company.
A.P. Construction also recently completed a $4.1 million project at the Country Club of Darien.