It’s a massive undertaking, for quite possibly one of the largest wooden structures in the country. The Great House at Mahogany Bay Village is an impressive 16,000 sq ft, three story building that will become the hub of the resort. A Top Off Ceremony was held on Thursday, October 1, 2015, for the building.
A top off ceremony is traditionally held when the last beam (or its equivalent) is placed atop a structure during its erection to celebrate a milestone in a construction process. After topping off, numerous elements of construction remain, including interior finish and most mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.
Hon. Manuel Heredia Jr. and invited guests sign the last structural beam before it’s installed at the Great House
Mahogany Bay Village, being proud of such a great accomplishments of one of their largest and most important buildings in the resort, gathered all their on site workers, staff and special invited guests to witness the event. The last support beam on the roof was painted white so those present could sign their names on it, the workers were blessed by a pastor, special T-shirts were handed out to everybody, the beam was raised and installed and guests celebrated with cocktails and snacks.
The Great House at Mahogany Bay Village has been designed to be this huge meeting spot with room for conferences, meetings, weddings, special events and host multiple events at the same time. It’s holding capacity is close to 500 people per floor.
To finish at the Great House keg beer and music was supplied for the workers at the end of the day.
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