-Holds 26 million gallons of water (all drinking water)
-190-200 pillars for support
-Build in the early 1950's
-Drain, clean and inspect every 5 years
|Each number is carefully engraved using a router. Takes time and precision.|
|On the left, is the old recycled plastic look. On the right is the new post in the making.|
|Here is an example of the new look. They will be stained and color coded the same as the tee markers (Black, White and Green). |
With Spring on the horizon, we are completing the last amenity project (conversion to natural wood). Here, we are eliminating the recycled plastic yardage markers and making our own out of 4x4 posts. Once we get the post cut down to desired height we sand, router, stain, paint and protect with a spar urethane. The post that were previously red, white and blue will now be green, white, and black. The reasoning is to use the existing colors of the tee markers concept and carry them into the entire property and keep the color scheme consistent. The tops of the post will be painted with the corresponding color along with the numbers.
The color scheme will be:
These will add a nice touch to the property and will tie in perfectly with all the other projects we've completed. Stay tuned for the final pictures.