Symphony Village expanding clubhouse
CENTREVILLE — The Symphony Village Clubhouse Expansion Committee celebrated the expansion of the storage area and banquet area of the clubhouse on March 9 with a topping out ceremony — the placement of the last roof truss.
Since the build-out and occupancy of the 395 homes in the village in Centreville was completed in 2017, the need for more clubhouse space became necessary, said resident George Drake.
Several residents have said they will be happy when there is sufficient occupancy room for residents at meetings, banquets, and special occasions/activities. Still others are looking forward to being able to return items and supplies to the clubhouse that they have been storing in their garages and basements, Drake said.
The Expansion Committee has worked over the past months with Torchio Architects Inc. of Centreville and Willow Construction Company of Easton. Construction began in December 2017. The banquet area will be doubled in size and the storage area is being expanded from virtually nothing to approximately 1,000 square feet.
Bob Nilsson, project manager for the Expansion Committee, said that despite tough, cold, windy weather, the construction remains on budget and schedule for a completion date of May 31.
The Symphony Village Clubhouse Expansion Committee celebrates the setting of last roof truss with a topping out ceremony. From left, Jim Arnts; Dave Peterson, SV HOA President; JoAnne Baker-Gebelein with Torchio Architects Inc.; Joe Brown; Pat Fox; Rich Ryan; Tony Loiacono; Sue Canfield; and Bob Nilsson, SV Project Manager. Not pictured: Kathy Mizer, Jane Romany, and Dominick Mancinelli.
Topping out the roof. The last trusses are set in place for the Symphony Village expanded clubhouse.