Springfield Missouri Country Club Has New Wine Room

In a response to an increase in wine consumption, many country clubs and vacation resorts have added wine rooms – and Highland Springs Country Club in Springfield, MO is no exception. Highland Springs decided to transform unused space in the clubhouse main lobby into a wine room. According to General Manager, Mark Stahlman, the goal was to “...create a broader range and offer more variety of wines.” The club also wanted a showcase piece as club members and guests entered the main lobby area.
The project was a collaborative effort. The Bailey Company served as the General Contractor and Dwayne Holden with Custom Metalcraft was the general Architect and Designer. Mitchell Drywall & Plastering of Springfield, MO served in a subcontracting capacity, taking care of the structural framing, plywood, and drywall needs of the project.
Once the general construction needs were met, the club desired a distinct look and feel for the room. According to Diana Mirel, Contributing Editor for Club Resort & Business Magazine, “To enter the 150-sq. ft. wine room, members and guests walk through an oversized, arched oak door with glass windows. The door is a replica of the clubhouse’s front doors, which helps the new wine room blend seamlessly with the existing look.”
The wine room has now been open for eight months. Since its creation, Highland Springs Country Club has seen an increase in their overall wine business, as well as an increase in pride among its wine enthusiast members.
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