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  The Spa at Cranwell Resort & Golf Club, Page 62The Spa at Cranwell Resort & Golf Club
43 Harvard Street
Worcester, MA 01609

Celebration, Florida
Total Square Feet: 40,000
Construction Period: Dec 2000 to Feb 2002

Construction Team
ARCHITECT: David Smotrich & Partners LLP, 443 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Anthony M. Giudice, P.E., 588 Broadway, New York, NY 10012
ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL ENGINEER: Cosentini Associates, Two Pennsylvania Plaza, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10121
CIVIL ENGINEER: Foresight Land Services, 1496 W. Housatonic Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201

Nestled among the beautiful Berkshire Mountains in Lenox, Massachusetts is the Cranwell Resort, Spa & Golf Club. The resort features luxury accommodations, an 18-hole championship golf course and now the largest resort spa in the Northeast.

The owners of the resort wanted to provide their guests and clients with a four season resort. They concluded that adding the spa building to match the four diamond award winning facilities on the property would achieve the desired result.

The new, 35,000-square-foot multilevel spa connects two main guest room buildings with over 500-feet of glass enclosed walkways and connects to one building by a 150-foot underground tunnel. To match the facade of the resort's 19-century centerpiece, the Cranwell Mansion, the exterior of the building uses brick and precast concrete.

An 18-foot high glass atrium encloses the 60- x 30-foot heated indoor lap pool and lounging patio with a 20-foot high glass curtain wall. The extensive use of custom windows throughout brings in an abundance of natural and borrowed light. A unique energy saving pool-pak dehumidification unit in the pool area removes the moisture from the air and converts the energy into heat for the pool.

The spa building also features sixteen treatment rooms, a spa-suite, fitness center and men's and women's locker rooms that provide each guest with a whirlpool, steam, sauna and a two-sided fireplace that separates the whirlpool rooms and lounges for the men and women. The spa building also features a cafe and retail shop.

To compliment the high-end atmosphere in the resort, custom lighting fixtures, silestone countertops, waterfall faucets and mahogany lockers were installed. The fitness center boasts 18-foot cathedral ceilings and a sprung wood floor in the aerobics room.

DIV 03:
Concrete Finishes: Bomanite.
DIV 07: Metal: PAC-CLAD® by Petersen Aluminum; Rubber: Genflex.
DIV 08: Windows, Curtainwall: EFCO Corporation; Hollow Metal Doors & Frames: Curries; Hardware: Sargent®.
DIV 09: VCT: Armstrong; Aerobic Sports Floor: Robbins.
DIV 10: Corner Guards: InPro Corp.
DIV 14: Elevators: Bay State.

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