The first phase of projects scheduled over the next five years at the boutique residential country club community in Delray Beach, Fla. will include expenditures for mechanical and structural improvements, golf course infrastructure upgrades and perimeter landscaping, and updates to two kitchens. A vote on the second phase, which would include a clubhouse renovation and refurbishment and additional amenities, is expected in January 2021.
The membership of Delaire Country Club, a boutique residential country club community in Delray Beach, Fla., recently passed Phase One of a $10 million Capital Improvement Plan by a 70% margin.
First-phase improvements are scheduled over the next five years and are comprised of projects that include expenditures for mechanical and structural improvements, golf course infrastructure upgrades and perimeter landscaping, and updates to two kitchens. The total cost of Phase One, including contingencies, is put at $3.8 million.
The second phase of the club’s Five-Year Capital Plan includes a clubhouse renovation and refurbishment and the addition of amenities for the membership. A vote on the second phase is expected in January of 2021.
Specifics of the scope of work in Phase One of the Capital Improvement Plan include:
Golf Course Infrastructure and Perimeter ($1.95 million)
▪ Irrigation Heads, Controls and Pumps, Fertigation System, Bulkhead Repair/Replacements, etc.
▪ Equipment Replacement (Aerators, Spray Rigs, Dump Truck, etc.)
▪ Golf Driving Range Mats, Drink Cart, Lightning Detection System, etc.
▪ Golf Course Restroom and Refreshment Area Update
Main Kitchen and Grill Room Kitchen ($750,000)
Mechanical and Structural ($650,000)
▪ Repaving Parking Lot
▪ HVAC Systems
▪ Laundries, Water Heaters, etc.
▪ Tennis Court Resurfacing, Equipment, etc.
▪ Pool Resurfacing
▪ Gym Flooring
Technology and Accounting ($200,000)
Total Capital Plan (Phase One) – $3.55 million
Contingency (approx. 7%) – $250,000
Total including Contingency – $3.8 million