Sundt Construction, along with owners JDM and design partners Douglas Fredrikson Architects, recently celebrated the topping out of the Adobe Restaurant and Clubhouse, the second phase of the Arizona …
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Sundt Construction, along with owners JDM and design partners Douglas Fredrikson Architects, recently celebrated the topping out of the Adobe Restaurant and Clubhouse, the second phase of the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club renovations project.
“This is such a landmark of architectural innovation,” Michael Nunn, project executive, said.
“The owner put forth a lot of trust in us to match the craftsmanship of the historic portions of the building. It’s an honor to be a part of the Biltmore story.”
The second phase of improvements include a new clubhouse and restaurant with private dining room, ballroom and roof deck. The first phase of the project added a new golf shop, member facilities and cart barn.
The primary goal of this project was to enhance the 100-year-old property while preserving its original character, according to a release.
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