Things are moving into high gear at Whitepoint – only a few days until opening! Our crew (literally) burnt the midnight oil on Friday, and wrapped up the waterside trellis timber work. They’re so far ahead, that we don’t even have any up to date photos! To keep you dreaming of a cozy, relaxing vacation
Things are progressing well at the Whitepoint Resort Lodge project – we are finished at the main entry, almost complete on the interior (just the stair treads to do), and are working our way through the waterside trellis. Speaking of the water, I guess the surf was unbelievable late last week. Our crew jumped in,
We’ve been very busy these past weeks, working on the reconstruction of the Witepoint Beach Resort Main Lodge – a fire destroyed the original lodge last year. We are working closely with the Max Meisner and his construction crew at JW Lindsay and the Joe Zareski and the architects at WHW Architects. The huge (and
A quick update from PEI – things are progressing quickly. So quickly, that we’re way behind on uploading updates! The building is weather-tight now and they’re moving on to mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems and hanging interior drywall. The timbers look awesome next to the pine roof decking – check out the intricate timber work
For the Tracadie Bay, PEI project, the client wanted a dark stain on the white pine timbers. The removal of the wood for the carving of the date and logo reveal a striking contrast between the stained and clear pine, as seen in these shots of Chad hard at work. A steady hand is critical –
We’ve been so busy lately, that we’ve overlooked the fact that we haven’t posted some of the latest photos from this project. These photos were taken right after the frame raising was completed. Things have progressed quite a bit since these photos were taken, and the folks at Gill Construction are doing an awesome job.