(EDI International rendering)
The Houston Business Journal reported that building permits issued by the city of Houston showed that the project would focus on a kitchen and employee work area as well as interior remodeling, and would add just under 2,500 sq. ft. to the clubhouse. Filings with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation also showed the club is undertaking a water- and ice-station project for its tennis courts.
The Houston (Texas) Country Club (HCC) appears to be ramping up for the latest round of updates to its facilities, the Houston Business Journal reported.
Building permits issued by the city of Houston show that HCC is planning an $8.7 million remodel of its clubhouse that will include a building addition, the Business Journal reported, and that Houston-based Harvey Builders would be the general contractor.
To oversee the remodel’s design, HCC has tapped Houston-based EDI International, a firm known for its work on hospitality projects, the Business Journal reported. EDI’s website says it is the architect of record for HCC on a project it described as a “two-story renovation and new construction of this 150,000-sq. ft private country club.”
The permits provided few details about what the remodel would involve, but records filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) said the work would focus on a 16,849-sq, ft, kitchen and employee work area, as well as interior remodeling, the Business Journalreported. The building addition would add about 2,446 sq. ft. to the clubhouse, according to the TDLR records.
HCC said in the filings that the project is scheduled to be completed this summer, the Business Journal reported.
TDLR filings also showed that the club is in the process of adding eight self-service water and ice stations next to its tennis courts, the Business Journal reported. Five of the stations will be covered by canopies, while three will go uncovered.
The water-station project is expected to cost $350,000 and is scheduled to be completed in October, according to the TDLR filings, the Business Journal reported, and EDI is also the architect of record for it.
As part of the construction work underway at HCC, two temporary, prefabricated trailers will be installed on-site to serve as offices while permanent structures are being built, the Business Journal reported. Those temporary structures will cost about $200,000, according to the TDLR filings.