The long awaited grand opening for the disc golf course at Little Mulberry Park was a huge success! For the Grand Opening tournament, 95 players showed up to test their skills on the heavily wooded course. In the end, a score of 51 took first place in the Pro/ Open division with par set at 59. Feedback on the course condition and design was overwhelmingly positive. Course signage and the dual concrete tee pads on each hole were also praised as top notch.
We were tasked with converting a struggling lawn area into a hardscape patio. We constructed a 12″ retaining wall on the low side of the patio, then installed a 280 s.f. dry lay flagstone patio. The retaining wall was then faced with mixed stack fieldstone and the patio joints filled with polymeric sand. The end result is a lovely patio space that fits nicely into the existing setting. More decorative walls and plantings to come this Spring!
The Morder Residence is set on the banks of Lake Hartwell. We were asked to turn an unused back yard into a patio/fire pit area with bordering planting beds. For a family that loves to entertain friends and family this has been a huge hit for all seasons.
The Martin Residence was a unique project in that it started as a vast, blank canvas. Through an extensive, client-involved design process, we were able to create multiple large beds with abundant focal points, large colorful shrub masses, and perennial beds that bloom throughout the year.
Here are some before and after pictures of the project.
The Gallaghers had an empty corner that they wanted a climbing wall to be built in. From a photo, we modeled the existing space, then designed an indoor climbing wall.
The Gulfstream IV we were working on at Interior Development Group had an out of date interior. The aircraft owner wanted to update the lighting in the Lavatory, so we were tasked with designing a new custom light fixture. We presented the owner with a conceptual 3-D model and they told us to proceed. The Frame was milled from solid wood, the light clips were custom fabricated in the shop, and the final product is a sleek fixture that beautifully illuminates the Lav.
The main cabin of a Gulfstream Aircraft often feels like a tube. The aircraft owner wanted to use some decorative dividers to help break up the long cabin. We presented the owner with a conceptual model of a few different divider options. They picked the one they liked the best and Interior Development Group built and installed them.
The Fitzpatricks wanted a large featured waterfall behind their home. We excavated, built a concrete block wall, then started bringing in the stone. The end result was an awesome back yard oasis!
For the Welsh Residence, we were challenged with creating a landscape design surrounding a pool in a small back yard area. The homeowners wanted privacy for their pool, along with tropical accents and many different perennial flowers. We installed stepping stones surrounding the pool area and created planting beds along the side fences and beside the separated garage. We used Canna Lilies and Yuccas in the beds adjacent to the pool to create a tropical feel. For privacy, we planted 6 Chinese Elm Trees and Tea Olives for a sweet smelling privacy hedge. The end result was a beautiful backyard oasis! The neighbors even called and had us do their back yard one year later!
For RC3 Upholstery, we wanted to create a stylish, smooth design that captured the essence of the high-end upholstery work Ray does for aircraft and restored vehicles. We started with Ray’s signature and went from there. The final logo shows details specific to the trade with the stitching in the number 3, along with some great Photoshop effects to make the logo really stand out. Ray was so excited with the new logo, he ordered new company shirts the following day!