Clubhouse Expansion and Renovation
Dunwoody, Georgia

Dunwoody Country Club embarked on the largest capital project in the club's history by expanding and renovating its clubhouse to accommodate larger and more frequent member functions and to address shortcomings in its current facility.

A new ballroom, kitchen, and casual dining room were constructed on the rear of the existing building overlooking the golf course. A new wing was added that included three private dining/meeting rooms and storage and support space for the kitchen. The fitness area and men's locker room were expanded, and the balance of the club was renovated to be consistent with the look and feel of the new spaces.

The existing clubhouse was a multi-vintage structure that required substantial upgrading to meet current building codes and standards. The work was implemented in seven phases to minimize service disruption to members.

Construction Cost:
$10.5 million

Total Project Cost:
$13 million

Construction Complete October 2002

Surber, Barber, Choate & Hertlein Architects

Manhattan Construction