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Why we need a new Building We are now a 1,000 member club. The current structure was designed to accommodate 200 (on its best day) The current.

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7 Why we need a new Building We are now a 1,000 member club. The current structure was designed to accommodate 200 (on its best day) The current building has structural issues that need to be addressed- the cost to address them would be $265,000 and would require the club to be closed for 4 months. A new building could be constructed while the current building continues to operate and would require minimal disruption to use of the use of this building. We have a favorable window to obtain attractive financing to build the club. Current budget does not contemplate need for any membership assessment or dues increase.

8 * Design as per attached plans * 9 ceilings on first and second floor * First floor covered porch (synthetic deck with vinyl rails-if required) approximately 810 sq. ft. * 8 square columns wrapped/snapped in trim board on front porch

9 Some of the features of our new club: *Turn Key operation *Tap Room will be similar to existing in design: Stained wood walls, trim and Bar *New equipment behind bar *Hardwood floors *Ceramic tile around bar seating area and foyer *Fireplace *Stage area for entertainment *Increase of seating capacity around a new bigger bar *Larger restrooms *Elevator service for all 3 levels *Banquet hall upstairs with capacity of up 150 seated *Full service bar *Larger restrooms on second floor also *1 st and 2nd floor porch * Full Service kitchen *Still the coldest beer in town*

10 *Second floor fiberglass deck with white vinyl rails approximately 810 sq. ft. *Front girders to be seen will be wrapped with PVC trim board *Loading dock on west side of building *Structure built to meet or exceed 120 MPH zone *Metal strapping, bolting and connections throughout *5A construction

11 Full Superior Wall basement with exterior ramp access in as well as interior stairs *9 walls for basement *3/8 stone for footing and under basement floor *Sump pump pits (pumps additional if needed) *Windows (locations to be determined) * 4 masonry floor and lolli-column supports * Wood or mason ramp access into basement

12 Basement and structure set on property Set crew Crane Silt fence Removal of dirt Drywell (recharge system for storm water management)

13 * Cedar Impression vinyl siding on front of building, Vinyl siding (4 on 4)on sides and back -color TBD * Brand name thermal insulated double pane windows * PVC aluminum fascia * 6 White gutters (go into underground drywells) * Lifetime GAF Timberline roof shingle * Dormers on front as per plans

14 * 2-200 amp electric panels (overhead electric) * Brushed nickel Seagull lighting fixtures * Recessed lights * Electric to code * Generator connection * 2-Tank-less HWH * Water/sewer connection * Bathrooms as per drawings * Brushed nickel fixtures * 4 zone HVAC * 5A compliance

15 *Tile by Excel-bathrooms, kitchen, bar area, entrance area * Hardwood balance of floor * Stairs to basement interior are pine * First to second floor oak treads and pine risers stained to match floors * Kitchen/ first floor bar equipment allowance $55,000.00 * Appliance allowance $7500 * Kitchen/Bar top allowance $25,000 * Countertop allowance for baths $4000

16 * Elevator allowance $45,000 * Three stop elevator * Fire suppression allowance included. All rough plumbing by factory * Exterior engineer site work allowances all included * Driveway/paving * Sidewalks * Landscape * Insulated * Sheet rocked * Painted * Trim installed * Hurricane Panels * Home buyers warranty * Building professional cleaned and move in ready

17 Permits, engineering work, utilities connections (other fees from state, township, or items not pointed above) would be additional. We would handle all paperwork and coordination of project from demolition, excavation through Certificate of Occupancy. A final contract price would be agreed upon once we go over final scope of work and make all selection as well as obtain all final plans from the architect and engineer. Please remember there are some items of the work above that members of the club may do to save money but we put a price together to encompass a complete job- also some of the allowances may be reduced as well based on selections but we wanted to have it ALL covered for pricing/decision purposes Total estimated cost--$1,180,963 or $188.26 sq. ft.

18 Renovating Existing Building 2840 Sq. Ft Estimated Cost -$265,000.00 Scope of work: Basement – The Structural supports are undersized causing deflection on the first and second floors. The structural repairs are as follows: *Brace existing floor joist and support beams throughout the entire basement. *Remove existing support beams and columns. *Install correct sized footings, columns and support beams. *Install new floor joist to existing floor joist (sister each floor joist).

19 Basement Continued: *Please note that the existing electric, plumbing and bar equipment will have to be removed for the scope of this work and re-installed after all structural supports are installed. (Bar will be closed) *Crawl Space- Remove Existing grease trap, excavate crawl space area for new basement, support existing structure above, dig and install new footings, block walls and new framing to support area above.

20 First Floor – *Repair or remove and install new ceramic tile floor around bar area. *Reset and level existing bar after new structural supports are installed in basement below.

21 Second Floor – *Brace existing second floor roof rafters and structural supports. *Remove undersized existing ceiling beams. *Remove existing fire sprinkler system and re-install after new ceiling beams are installed. *Remove electric lights and wiring as needed. *Install new ceiling beams as needed. *Repair all ceiling framing as needed. *Repair all sheetrock to ceiling as needed.

22 *Architectural and civil engineer drawings and permits are not included in in price. Estimated time club will be closed: 4 months

23 In Summary: *Existing building is in need of significant repair/renovation. *Membership is now over 1000 members. *Availability of financing is very good. *New clubhouse will be a turnkey operation, everything will be in place. *NO increase in dues to support this project. *NO assessment of membership to support this project. & WE DESERVE A NEW MODERN CLUBHOUSE!

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