The $1.2 million project will be divided into two phases — one for each banquet room and their respective lobby areas.
A renovation project at the Schaumburg (Ill.) Golf Club is expected to make its banquet facilities more modern and competitive, reports the Schaumburg Tribune.
The Park District-owned facility hasn’t had a makeover in 20 years, said Park District Director Jean Schlinkmann, and it is in need of a new look.
The $1.2 million project will be divided into two phases — one for each banquet room and their respective lobby areas. Work in the first phase will take place in January and February because there aren’t as many events booked, Schlinkmann said, and likewise the second phase will be underway early next year.
Each room will receive new carpeting, ceiling tiles, wall and window treatments, among other cosmetic improvements. Although the rooms — used mostly for weddings, plus funeral luncheons and other similar events — are consistently booked on weekends, the dated look isn’t helping the club compete with other facilities in the area, Schlinkmann told the Trib.
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