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Red Rocks Country Club to Undergo $4.2 Million Renovation

July 15, 2014 | By Joe Vaccarelli, YourHub Reporter  

The Red Rocks Country Club is about to look a whole lot different as the members voted to approve $4.2 million in renovations to the clubhouse that will be complete by Memorial Day 2015. 

The renovations will nearly double the size of the clubhouse and allow for better use and fewer closures throughout the year. 

"This club has really experienced a lot of usage over the past five years," country club general manager Mark Condon said. 

The current clubhouse — which opened in 1997 — is approximately 13,000 square feet and has a bar and dining area sharing a space. The renovated facility will allow the bar and grill to be separate from a dining area that can be rented out. Condon said that during weddings or other special events, managers often have to close the club and turn away members. 

"A big desire of membership was to separate the bar from the dining area," Red Rocks Country Club president Bud McAnnally said. 

Hyder Construction is contracted to do the buildout, which will begin around Labor Day weekend. Hyder will begin building the new section, and once that is complete, workers will then renovate the existing building to match the new structure. The majority of the work will be done when the club is mostly dormant with the pool closed and offseason for golf.

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