#FlashBackFriday The 1895 Delray Beach Historical Train Depot is hands down one of our most memorable projects to date. Restoration of the long abandoned depot was carefully returned to the downtown area and restored to its former glory. The entire wooden structural framing system was replaced, and new timber rafters were used to replace the damaged roof. By studying old photographs we were able to re-create the scroll work in-house to match the ornate gable roof ends. To preserve the history of this important landmark, original materials were re-used whenever possible. The results were so stunning that styling cues from the depot were used throughout the rest of the complex.
#FlashBackFriday We were called upon to update all three entrances at BWCC to provide a more upscale experience for those traveling into and out of the community. Each entrance was unique, but design elements were incorporated to carry a common theme. New landscaping, new stone faced entrance sign structures were built, landscape lighting was installed, fountains were added, asphalt drives were replaced with pavers, and all gate houses were visually modernized and structurally upgraded to withstand hurricane force winds. We'd love to hear what you think of our work.
#FlashBackFriday When we began renovation on the Boca Woods Country Club's clubhouse facility, we knew we had to get creative so the clubhouse could stay operational while the locker rooms were remodeled. We also constructed a 4,000 square foot Fitness Center addition, a new free-standing grill with commercial kitchen and dining facilities and reconfigured the grand entrance drive and the exteriors to give the club an updated modern appearance. What do you think of the club's updates? Let us know in the comments!
#FlashBackFriday When we got the chance to help restore Old School Square's Cultural Arts Center, we jumped at the chance. As a nationally recognized historic preservation project, this job was a testament to the role of the arts in Delray Beach's downtown revitalization. A focal point of the project was the restoration and modernization of the small theater to provide more seats. The stage of the theater was also enlarged while protecting the historically significant proscenium arch. Have you been by Old School Square lately? Let us know your thoughts on our work, or you favorite reason you visit. 😀
Recognizing the civic responsibility and the duty business leaders have to give back to their communities, our President Bill Branning, has provided volunteer leadership to several organizations whose mission is to improve the construction industry and our local community. To see all that he has done so far, visit us online: https://bsacontractors.com/leadership/
#ThrowbackThursday to when we worked with Stonebridge Country Club to renovate their Clubhouse. The goal of the renovation was to provide residents and members with a comfortable refuge, offering a variety of attractive amenities housed inside this beautiful facility. The project entailed renovations to all common areas, the dining rooms, kitchen facilities, card rooms, and locker rooms. In addition, the new 3,000 sf fitness building was constructed adjacent to the clubhouse. By scheduling each zone separately, we were able to deliver many areas ahead of the overall schedule, allowing members to enjoy the improvements as they were completed. That's the #BSAWay.
#FlashBackFriday When we were selected to renovate the old Burt Reynolds Dinner Theater, and transform it to the Maltz Jupiter Theater, a professional theater committed to performance, production and education, we we're excited! The creation of this beautiful regional performing arts center involved reshaping and enlarging the audience chamber to accommodate a 554-seat capacity as well renovating most of the 30,000 sf theater building. Not only was the job completed ahead of schedule, but it allowed the season to be saved for the non-profit theater organization. That's the #BSAWay.