Construction Update – Week of September 21, 2014

We’re taking advantage of the beautiful Michigan fall weather to address some of our outside infrastructure. Geothermal wells have been dug on the west side of the property; manholes are being placed under what will be our sewer grates. The historic facade is undergoing repair. Metal facing continues to be added to our bay windows, and the base for the greenhouse roof is nearing completion. Inside, electrical wiring is taking place, and hot water tanks are lined up and waiting for placement. Take a look at some of the images from this week.

geothermal wells from above
Geothermal wells going in on the west side of the property.

 

new manholes going in
New manholes going in.

 

repairing the facade
Repairing the facade.

 

adding metal facing to bay windows
Adding metal facing to the bay windows.

 

working on greenhouse roof
Working on the greenhouse roof.

 

electrical panels and wiring in the basement
Electrical panels and wiring in the basement.

 

hot water tanks
Hot water tanks.

 

I took this photo of Jason leaning out a 4th floor window, with what looks like the weight of the world on his shoulders. I call it Jason’s JFK moment.

jason's jfk moment
Jason’s JFK moment.
JFK during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
JFK in 1961.

 

lodge update

Due to the spread of Covid-19, please note that the Lodge is accepting reservations from Michigan residents only at this time. We made this difficult decision with the safety of our community in mind. More details

To book a stay, please call us at 844-356-6673.