Columbia Tower Club Renovation

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Without a major renovation since its construction 28 years ago, the The Columbia Tower Club at the top of Seattle’s tallest tower was in need of a face-lift.  Spaces were redesigned to foster creativity and completed with local, environmentally focused finishes including reclaimed wood for the ceilings and walls, custom lighting fixtures made from recycled glass and local artists were hired to theme meetings rooms to promote local industry.

The project was sequenced so as not to affect day-to-day operations. The team broke the project into manageable pieces that maximized efficiency and enabled them to complete the entire renovation of the 75th and 76th floors in four months. The successful transformation led to a dramatic increase in food and beverage sales, a rise in banquets and meetings and ultimately bolstered membership.

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