Location: Greenville, SC
Architecture Firm: LS3P
Size: 21,500 SF
Project Scope: Trehel provided construction services for a new two-story Tudor-style facility. The new “clubhouse” building features steel frame construction with a concrete second floor and wood roof trusses with wood stud infill. There are multiple offices on each level within the interior space, a large gathering area, conference rooms, and two commercial kitchens.
The project featured extensive site work and removing 3,148 cubic yards of rock before beginning construction. Initially, blasting was considered for this process because of the vast quantity of granite to be removed and project duration. However, the rock was manually chipped and removed with heavy equipment due to its proximity to residential areas. While this caused the project to be delayed by two months, Trehel completed the work for almost half of the preliminary budget and returned savings to the owner. Additional site work featured underground detention and expanded parking for staff and commercial transit vehicles.