Saccoccio & Associate Completes Renovation Work at Alpine Country Club
June 15, 2015
Cranston, RI (June 15, 2015) -- Architecture firm Saccoccio & Associates recently completed a $750,000 renovation at the Alpine Country Club in Cranston.
The project included remodeling the member dining rooms, refurbishing the men’s and women’s locker rooms and improvements to the pool area. The club also added a new recreation room, complete with a state-of-the-art golf simulator and sports entertainment center.
“We are excited to be able to provide an enhanced experience for our members through these renovations,” said Jeff Beier, General Manager of Alpine Country Club. “It has been almost 25 years since our Club has undertaken such substantial changes, but now our members will have even more to look forward to when visiting Alpine.”
Saccoccio & Associates principal Mark Saccoccio oversaw the project, which was completed in just over six weeks.
Opened in 1961 Alpine Country Club is an equity member-owned club with over 350 family memberships. It is managed by Troon Prive and features an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Geoffrey Cornish, a full driving range and practice putting green, golf shop, private men's and women's lockers rooms, indoor and outdoor dining, and adult and children's swimming pools.
Founded in 1973, Saccoccio & Associates is a leading Rhode Island Architecture firm. It has designed numerous schools, commercial sites, housing developments and public building in Rhode Island and Southern New England. Saccoccio & Associates provides a complete range of professional services, including architectural design and consultation, historic restoration, facilities planning and interior design. For more information, visit, www.sa-architects.com.