Construction Update Issue 7 - September 4, 2019

September 4, 2019, Issue 7

Clubhouse Renovation & Redesign Project Update

• Coast 2 Coast: Preparation of auto cad (3-D) interior layouts. Auto Cad drawings of all interior and exterior spaces have been completed and are being utilized by the design team.

Dear Members:

The purpose of this letter is to provide you with an update of our summer progress on the Clubhouse Renovation and Redesign Project as well as to explain how information to the community will be disseminated in the future. The Clubhouse Construction Ad Hoc Committee (“the Construction Committee”) has been meeting on a regular basis. The information provided here is the most accurate information to date. 1. The Board unanimously approved a vote on the Construction Project of 15-0 on March 21, 2019. 2. The Community approved the Construction Project by a majority vote of 58% to 42% on April 17, 2019. 3. The project financing, led by our Treasurer Jonathan Nelson, has been secured and signed with Wells Fargo Bank. 4. The professional team, led by our Owners’ Representative Jesse Sukhu of Gaudet Associates and overseen by the Construc- tion Committee, have obtained signed contracts and commitments totaling $3.1 million with the following Professionals: • Gaudet & Associates: Owners’ Repre- sentative/Project Management. Milestones Achieved to Date:

Insite Studio:

Site planning, parking and

landscape design.

• Proctor Construction: Pre-construction, existing building assessment. • Pembrooke & Ives: Interior Decorating Services. • Glidden Spina + Partners: Architectural and Design Services. • Member Workshops: Glidden Spina and Pembrooke & Ives are well underway developing the design concepts for the interior of the Clubhouse. On November 5 and 6, 2019, selected members of the professional team will present the design concepts for the Clubhouse. There will be three afternoon workshops on both November 5th and 6th. For each work- shop, membership participation will be limited to 25 members. All sessions will last one hour consisting of a 35-minute presentation provided by the professionals followed by a question and answer period. If any members still have questions or concerns at the conclusion of the session, they may be submitted in writing to the professionals or the Construction Commit-

What to look for in the Fall 2019:

RSM: Construction Auditors

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