Harwich Port, MA – TrimBoard, Inc., a manufacturer and fabricator of custom pergolas as well as synthetic and traditional millwork, announced it has recently completed work on a renovation to the Wychmere Beach Club on Cape Cod.
TrimBoard partnered with the leadership team at general contractor ReyCon, of Plymouth; property owner Atlas Investment Group; and the architecture and design team at GS Design Group Inc.; on interior and exterior millwork including attached and freestanding pergolas. The resulting “Dune” event space at Wychmere Beach Club is a 35,000sf oceanfront wedding venue with panoramic windows overlooking the ocean. TrimBoard manufactured custom interior and exterior shiplap paneling to create the space.
The beach club is home to multiple new pools and expansive outdoor space. The landscaping is anchored by two 50 foot TrimBoard manufactured structural fiberglass custom pergolas designed to withstand the unpredictable wind and weather in this waterfront setting on Nantucket Sound.
For the Beach Grille, a private restaurant on the property, TrimBoard partnered with StruXure, a provider of commercial smart pergolas with operable louvres that are adjustable for wind, sun protection and rain protection, to build a space to protect diners from the elements and extend usability of the space. TrimBoard custom-manufactured rafter tails and columns for the StruXure system, which is designed to match the other large scale pergolas on the property, as well as the custom rafter tails on the architecture. The StruXure installation was completed just before the season’s onset by M Duffany Builders of Falmouth.
“At the height of the pandemic, the Wychmere leadership team reached out to us because we had worked with them in the past on custom pergola systems, including one that withstood a near pass by a tornado a few years back. For this project, we manufactured four TrimBoard fiberglass pergola systems and then added the StruXure covered system this spring, which provided additional eating space for this spectacular venue,” said David W Townsend, president, TrimBoard.