The 50,000 square foot Community Center includes facilities for every resident starting with a Great Room and Cafe where you can meet up with friends and family, share a cup of coffee….
Reserve Studies play a role in capital planning, but they are not a replacement for a strategic facility improvement plan.
McMahon Group has been surveying club members and managers for over 30 years, and the value of this research for individual clubs and in projecting trends in the club industry has been invaluable.
Strategic planning for private clubs has always been viewed as a laborious task for boards and managers; but it doesn’t have to be that way.
This wonderful club has emerged from the challenging economic environment of Southeast Michigan.
One of the biggest challenges in master planning club facilities is differentiating the various dining offerings a golf and country club has to offer.
Private clubs are currently doing a much better job of running their money and understanding the key metrics in their business model.
How did a fine club within one of Naples’ most prosperous communities, The Club Pelican Bay, solve its clubhouse problem, and with its solution become one of the most sought-after clubs?
McMahon Group has been surveying club members for over 36 years, and the most challenging aspect facing managers is dining, and the rooms, outdoor areas, and kitchens which provide it.
When McMahon Group was spawned from McMahon Architects some 36 years ago, the initial intention was to provide architectural services for clubs looking to renovate their facilities.
Successful capital improvement programs at private clubs begin and end with building consensus, both among the Club’s membership and its leadership, and a critical first step in consensus building is an effective membership survey.
The most successful clubs are constantly evolving so they remain relevant to not only their existing members but to the next generation of members looking for a club experience. At the core of this experience is your facilities.