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.
Customized Privacy Panels Add Luxury To Mississippi Condominiums
The 800 Park project was a showcase of the specialized talent of Shutter Revolution in creating innovative solutions for multi-family buildings (apartment complexes, condominiums, townhouses, etc.) when it comes to privacy panels. In the end, the building was well adorned with high caliber privacy panels and shutters that achieved the distinctive look that the building’s owner highly desired.
Historic Shutter Replacement for St. Stephens Episcopal Church
The Saint Stephens Episcopal Church was founded in 1856 and moved into their beautiful church in 1857! This historic church has been a staple of Goldsboro, NC for over 170 years! As with any building with such advanced age there comes a time that parts of the building fall into disrepair and require reconditioning or replacement. This was the case for the louvered shutters that adorned all four sides of the bell tower.
Door & Window Panels for CSS Neuse Museum
The CSS Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center showcases the North Carolina’s largest historic artifact and state of the art exhibits. The remains of the CSS Neuse and the associated artifacts were relocated to a fully enclosed and climate controlled facility at 100 N. Queen Street on June 23, 2012. After years of planning and hard work the museum held its grand opening on March 7, 2015.