This is a view coming in from the main entrance through the woods. The road has been widened and you can see the edge of a parking lot on the left as well as the existing Chapel of the Life Giving Fountain. On the right is the existing log lodge and in the distance you can see the new cabins.
This photo shows the interior of one side of one cabin. It is taken from a mezzanine level which will house the mechanical equipment. The large open room will house 8 sets of bunk beds and the counselors room at the opposite end of the room will hold an additional set of bunks. Below the mezzanine level are the bathroom facilities.
These are the two cabins which will each hold 36 beds. They are constructed using a traditional wood framing method and will each have a full wrap around covered porch.
In this perspective we see a distant view of the main lodge. We are standing with our backs to the parking lot so the view is from the southeast.
This is one of the sleeping rooms. The view is from the window looking towards the hallway. You can see the second floor joists. These will have insulation, plywood decking, a sound barrier as well as a gyp-crete topping installed. All of these measures are aimed at minimizing sound.
Here we see the view towards the north hallway from the great room. As you can see many of the walls are up and the second floor joists have been put in place in preparation for commencement of second floor framing.
In this photo we see the walls being constructed as the first floor takes shape. The exterior walls are structural steel framing designed to carry the second floor load as well as the roof load.