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Local construction company works with Indian Valley Country Club on renovation


H. Mininger and Sons, Inc. of Telford has started a four-month renovation of the clubhouse at Indian Valley Country Club, also in Telford.

“While a local contractor was not a requirement for this project, we were very impressed by Mininger and Sons through the bidding process. We are excited to be working with such a high-quality firm from our local community,” said Ryan Cantwell, president of the club’s Board of Governors.

The $2 million dollar renovation will refurbish all aspects of the clubhouse to improve guests’ and members’ experience. The renovations include:

• complete remodel of the member dining room, including a revised seating arrangement and expanding and relocating the bar;

• complete renovation of the banquet facilities and private dining room to refresh the aesthetics and provide more flexibility of spaces for groups of 20 to 300;

• complete renovation of all bathroom facilities on the second floor (banquet facilities and member dining); and

• complete renovation of the entrance foyer, lobbies, downstairs hallway and administrative offices.

The clubhouse renovation project comes on the heels of a $1.5 million golf course renovation project, completed in 2019.

“These renovation projects are well-needed here at Indian Valley. The clubhouse was last renovated 20 years ago, and the new spaces will greatly enhance our members’ experience,” said Eric Beck, general manager of Indian Valley.

Founded in 1952, Indian Valley Country Club is one of the oldest private clubs in the area. Information is available on the club’s website.