Over the past several years, the Grand Summit HOA Executive Board researched, interviewed and put together a room renovation project team with the experience to successfully complete the upcoming room renovation. We now have an opportunity to look ahead and plan for a future where owners can enjoy modern fixtures and furnishings while the stature and reputation of the Grand Summit can grow among guests and the Boyne family of resorts.

Design Work – Christine Burdick Design

The design work has been completed by Christine Burdick Design. CBD is a New England based commercial design firm that pulls inspiration from the natural landscape. Burdick and her team are very familiar with the Grand Summit Hotel. Recently they designed and executed the renovation of the hotels guest hallways, lobbies and Sunday River’s renovation of the Grand Ballroom.

Project Manager – Christine Kendall, HEC+A

To lead the process as the Project Manager representing the Summit HOA, the board  hired Christine Kendall. Christine is the owner of HEC+A and HE Callahan, based in Auburn, Maine, and has over 20 years of commercial Project Management experience and is an avid skier. She has been an integral part of the model room planning and will be on-site weekly during the construction phase of the project.  In addition, she has been working to determine best practices and efficiencies for the larger room renovation project. Christine’s role on the project team is to coordinate all parties and advocate for the best interests of the Summit HOA. 

Commercial Construction Firm – DEW Construction 

DEW is a New England based commercial firm specializing in construction management and general contracting services.  They have decades of experience in the hotel industry and ski industry. 

The team your board has hired has over 100 years of combined experience in renovation and has been working hard to make progress towards renovating all 230 rooms of the hotel. It is an exciting time at the Grand Summit Hotel! 

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