At a turning point in its 119-year history, the Country Club of Detroit completed a $9 million renovation of its clubhouse. Offering more services through year-round operation, the club no longer closes seasonally.
PBA provided mechanical and electrical engineering for the fitness and bowling center renovations at the Club. The project consisted of relocating the bowling center from grade level to the basement area and adding a new lounge area to the basement. A new mechanical room in the basement was designed and implemented and included a new air handling unit to serve the basement.
The empty swimming pool, previously occupying the first floor, was converted into a fitness area with spaces for spinning classes, aerobics, and free weights. A new casual entrance was also added. Along with the fitness areas, the existing women’s locker room was expanded and family spaces adjacent to the fitness areas were provided. The existing men’s shower area was renovated with new plumbing fixtures and an exhaust air system.
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