HOSPITALITY HOSPITALITY

RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT

ARCHITECT:

CHOCTAW ENGINEERING, INC.

PROJECT LOCATION:

FORT WALTON BEACH, FLORIDA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

This stick-frame, 109-room hotel overlooking the Santa Rosa Sound will be completed by the summer of 2020. The hotel will be 78,000sf and includes a 100-space asphalt parking lot and stormwater drainage features.

HOME2 SUITES BY HILTON

ARCHITECT:

GARY B. COURSEY & ASSOCIATES

PROJECT LOCATION:

GULF BREEZE, FLORIDA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

Home2 Suites by Hilton is a block and plank, four-story, 109 room extended stay hotel that we are building in Gulf Breeze, FL. Plans for the 64,000sf hotel include a pool and fitness center. This project is ongoing and on schedule to be completed by May of 2020.

THE BATTLE HOUSE RENAISSANCE MOBILE HOTEL & SPA

ARCHITECT:

SMITH DALIA ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

The Battle House Hotel and Parking Garage projects included a historic renovation of the hotel and the addition of the new parking garage. The hotel’s restoration featured lobby and ballroom renovations, 250 new guest rooms, and a complete overhaul of the hotel’s infrastructure.

“From working within a budget and preserving the historic character of the battle house to the highly aggressive schedule required to complete and open the Alabama Cruise Terminal, the White-Spunner team can be counted on to be a problem solver.”
Dr. David G. Bronner, CEO
THE RETIREMENT SYSTEMS OF ALABAMA

HAMPTON INN & SUITES

ARCHITECT:

M2 STUDIO
WHLC ARCHITECTS

PROJECT LOCATION:

SARALAND, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

Hampton Inn & Suites is a four story, 101 room hotel located in Saraland, Alabama. White-Spunner Construction, Inc. completed this hospitality hot spot in 367 days. Some luxury features include an interior breakfast room, meeting room, Internet cafe, and an exterior pool and pool house. The exterior is a mixture of an EIFS exterior, composite wood, and brick masonry. The Hampton Inn & Suites also includes CMU block and a hollow plank structure.

RSA BATTLE HOUSE HOTEL SPA

ARCHITECT:

GOODWYN, MILLS & CAWOOD, INC.

PROJECT LOCATION:

MOBILE, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

The 10,000-square-foot Battle House Hotel Spa is located atop the 7-story parking garage and is one of the “7 Must-Visit Spas in the World” according to Shape Magazine. Inside the glass doors, unique features create a soothing, comfortable atmosphere. The project includes several individual treatment rooms, dressing rooms, steam, and sauna rooms, as well as a quiet room with a fire pit and mosaic-tiled whirlpool.

THE GRAND HOTEL

ARCHITECT:

WALCOTT ADAMS VERNEUILLE ARCHITECTS 

PROJECT LOCATION:

POINT CLEAR, ALABAMA

CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE

The Grand Hotel is a jewel on Mobile Bay. For over a century, visitors have flocked to the Eastern Shore to enjoy the first-class amenities of this resort hotel in an incomparable waterfront setting. Originally constructed in 1847, the hotel has survived natural disasters including hurricanes, floods and a fire. It has also endured a few man-made disasters. During the Civil War, it was used as an army hospital for Confederate soldiers. Its rich legacy is part of what makes the hotel such a valuable and enduring piece of the area’s history. Consequently, it also created a challenge for WSC when it came to renovating the existing hotel. Due to the age of the building, no blueprints were available, causing the design team to recreate items. The company was hired as part of a larger renovations project to redesign the kitchen, Bucky’s Birdcage Lounge, the grand dining room, lobby and ballroom. The hotel remained open during the entire renovation process.