Smarter sequencing, faster results for family-owned country club
After the clubhouse at Bogey Hills Country Club was destroyed by a devastating fire in 2017, Brinkmann Constructors and TR,i Architects were selected to plan, budget, permit, and construct the new facility.
With a history dating back to 1962, Bogey Hills is a family-owned business that plays an important role in the community. While the golf course remained open, the revenue lost from the clubhouse was significant.
It was imperative to get the new facility up and running as soon as possible.
Brinkmann formed a true partnership with Bogey Hills and TR,i Architects, building a deep understanding of project goals and operational requirements. Together, the team developed a plan to deliver the right solution within the right budget, in the shortest amount of time.
Brinkmann trimmed months from the schedule through efficient construction sequencing. Before interiors were finalized or even designed, crews started the foundation and completed the shell. Brinkmann also recommended panelizing the interior trim and millwork, prefabricating these materials off site to save time.
Brinkmann’s partnership with the client was crucial in delivering this project on time, on budget, and beyond expectations. Through an efficient design-build approach, the team developed an efficient design, maximizing site size constraints while sequencing the construction to accelerate the schedule.