Childress Klein YMCA

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Extensive renovations  were completed on this uptown YMCA branch located in One Wells Fargo Center. Updates to the 6,300 square foot lobby and new 1,900 square foot functional fitness studio are both visible from the Wells Fargo and Hilton corridors.

Complete renovation of the raised cardio floor now offer members additional equipment, which includes personal viewing screens and internet capabilities.  The renovations continue with updates to the strength training areas, gymnasium, as well as complete renovations to both the men and women’s locker rooms.

New lighting, vibrant color and new specialty flooring throughout create an open and inviting space. Updates made to the fitness bar offer members an area to socialize, eat, or conduct business.

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Executive Director
Childress Klein YMCA”]

TESTIMONIAL

“We were adjusting the scope of work and project timeline right up to the day construction started…we never knew what adjustments were going to be needed. I am truly impressed and thankful for Edifice’s ability to adapt and ensure that we remained focused on serving our members throughout.”

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Greater Charlotte YMCA

 

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