Custom Made Shutters for Greenbrier Chapel

The Greenbrier Resort has been a staple of Americana for centuries. This sprawling resort has been around since 1778 and sits on 11,000 sprawling acres of beauty and West Virginian majesty. The resort has been visited by 27 different presidents, royalty, numerous celebrities, and even housed the official fallout shelter for the U.S. Government. One thing the resort has never had was a chapel. A quote from the owner of the resort, Jim Justice, states that he felt that a chapel was the first thing that should have been built there. On August 28, 2018 that oversight was corrected with the construction of the Greenbrier Resort Chapel.

Custom Made Shutters for Greenbrier Chapel

The Greenbrier Resort has been a staple of Americana for centuries. This sprawling resort has been around since 1778 and sits on 11,000 sprawling acres of beauty and West Virginian majesty. The resort has been visited by 27 different presidents, royalty, numerous celebrities, and even housed the official fallout shelter for the U.S. Government. One thing the resort has never had was a chapel. A quote from the owner of the resort, Jim Justice, states that he felt that a chapel was the first thing that should have been built there. On August 28, 2018 that oversight was corrected with the construction of the Greenbrier Resort Chapel.

PROJECT DETAILS

The Greenbrier Resort Chapel is a 6.1 million, 12,000 square foot facility that sits 500 guests under a timber frame with stained glass windows, white clapboard siding, and a copper steeple. Shutter Revolution was contracted to create custom built, shutters to adorn the 5 large windows on either side of the chapel. Architecturally correct shutters were also manufactured and installed on the various other windows, doors, and even steeple to give the chapel the classic look of an American church.

CLIENT DETAILS

The Greenbrier Resort Chapel sits on the grounds of the historic Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphers, WV. Shutter Revolution was contracted by Agsten Construction Co. out of Charleston, WV. The architects for the project were The Thrasher Group in Charleston, WV. The complete project was commissioned by The Greenbrier Resort.

PROJECT DETAILS

The Greenbrier Resort Chapel is a 6.1 million, 12,000 square foot facility that sits 500 guests under a timber frame with stained glass windows, white clapboard siding, and a copper steeple. Shutter Revolution was contracted to create custom built, shutters to adorn the 5 large windows on either side of the chapel. Architecturally correct shutters were also manufactured and installed on the various other windows, doors, and even steeple to give the chapel the classic look of an American church.

CLIENT DETAILS

The Greenbrier Resort Chapel sits on the grounds of the historic Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphers, WV. Shutter Revolution was contracted by Agsten Construction Co. out of Charleston, WV. The architects for the project were The Thrasher Group in Charleston, WV. The complete project was commissioned by The Greenbrier Resort.

WE WILL MANUFACTURE YOUR CUSTOM PROJECT PROMPTLY

The Greenbrier Resort Chapel construction was a monumental feat. Jim Justice, owner of The Greenbrier Resort wanted the chapel finished for the wedding of his daughter so the construction had to be completed in a matter of months. With such a tight window for construction, the shutters had to be designed and constructed in an even faster time frame. The professionals here at Shutter Revolution put full resources into the project in order to get the custom shutters designed, constructed, and finished before the installation day.

We understand that sometimes time isn’t on your side when it comes to custom projects. We have years of experience with jobs that require a tighter manufacturing schedule. We also have developed processes that enable efficiency in our manufacturing. Our efficient processes and experience lend us the ability to get custom projects finished fast.

WE TAKE A GREAT EFFORT IN OUR WORK TO ENSURE PRECISE QUALITY

With the tight construction schedule of The Greenbrier Chapel the customer manufactured shutters by us had to be precise. The reason for the precision was that the Chapel was being constructed in White Sulphers, WV, over 200 miles from our factory located in Mooresville, NC. On top of the distance, we were only given one day to install the shutters on both sides of the chapel as well as on the steeple. So if there was any errors in the design or manufacuring of the shutters then there wouldn’t be any chance to correct the issue with a design adjustment or replacement shutter.

Situations like this require a company that manufactures the product right the first time, a company like Shutter Revolution. When we design and construct a custom creation for a client we check, check again, and then check a few dozen more times to ensure no problems when it comes to installation.

DO YOU HAVE A CUSTOM PROJECT?

You can trust Shutter Revolution to assist you with the plan, design, construction, and installation of your custom project. We will provide you professional consultation on your custom project in order to achieve a finished product that is both of the highest quality and the most affordable price.

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