Deck and Basement Company has entered there amazing Charlie's on Prior project in the National Deck Competition. The project is a perfect example of the craftsmanship Pat Noonan is known for. The deck features 5,000 square feet of Trex Transcend™ decking and 1,000 linear feet of UltraLox™ aluminum railing. The category is a peoples choice. This will allow the public to vote on the project. You are able to vote daily. Please take a moment to vote for this amazing project.
Here is a direct link to vote for the NADRA People's Choice Award for Charlie's on Prior. Vote today...vote everyday until 10/3/16.
***Tip: Voting resets at midnight PST. You cannot vote again on the same project before voting resets for that day. (Actual vote totals do not reset, just your ability to vote once every 24 hours is what resets.) Contest ends on Monday, October 3rd at 11:59pm EST. The winner will receive the “2016 People's Choice” award from NADRA. Award will be presented at Main event on October 6th, 2016 in Baltimore, MD. You do not need to be present to win.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
This popular lakeside restaurant features more than 5,000 square feet of Trex Transcend™ decking and 1,000 linear feet of UltraLox™ aluminum railing. The project completed in November 2015 just days before its opening and provides seating for 40 on the balcony and breath-taking views of the lake.
In order to meet ADA requirements with the existing site elevations, the design of the accessible ramp required four direction changes and is over 120 feet long. The upper deck includes a membrane system to allow dining, bar and TV-viewing areas to remain operational during rain or shine. The lower deck, which is built 18 feet over the lakeshore, presented design challenges. Existing 18-foot deep pylon footings had to be re-used as new footings were not permitted. The solution: 26’ long, 6”x18’ treated laminated beams were secured to the existing pylons which corrected imperfections of the old foundation and leveled the deck surfaces. All fascia and post wraps feature James Hardie cement board. Cedar tongue and groove finish the bottom of the membrane deck. Due to its popularity as an evening hangout on the lake, nearly 100 LED rail post lamps were used to guide boaters to the restaurant.