Archive for the ‘Commercial Job Projects’ Category
Big Kahuna Tiki Huts completed a project for a resort on the West Coast of Fl in which we built a tiki hut and a tiki bar.
We built a 33 foot x 27 foot elongated octagonal tiki hut, custom built 40 linear foot tiki bar, bar railing going around the perimeter of the tiki bar, and coverage for the bathroom and cooler area.
Big Kahuna Tiki Huts & Tiki Bars completed a portable tiki bar for Captains Quarters Resort in Myrtle Beach South Carolina. We built a custom 32 linear foot tiki bar and four hand-carved tiki gods on top of customer’s trailer. The construction of the tiki bar told place in the parking garage of the resort.
The tiki bar had to be portable due to FEMA regulations in South Carolina in which the tiki bar had to be easily removed from beach. Now the resort can trailer the tiki bar onto the beach and remove it and be within the FEMA regulations.
Here is a copy of the “thank you” email we received from the client:
From: Chris [mailto:xxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:39 PM
To: Scott McCauley
Hope you had a great weekend. Thank you for getting your guys here last week
& getting our bar built. It was key for us to have it for our guests for
Thank you again for all of your help in this. Once I have all
of the hydraulics hooked up I’ll get you some pictures & video. Have a great
Big Kahuna Tiki Huts is working on a project for a resort in Punta Gorda FL on the edge of the Charlotte Harbor waterfront.
We have completed a custom built 33 foot x 27 foot elongated octagonal tiki hut made out of cypress wood and thatched with fresh cut Florida palm fronds.
We a currently working on a custom built 40 linear foot tiki bar and bar railing around the perimeter of the tiki hut.
We plan on having the bar completed before the Easter weekend so the resort can have their customer’s enjoying drinks by the beautiful waterfront.
Big Kahuna Tiki Huts built a portable tiki hut for a resort in Sarasota FL. This tiki hut is used at the resort as a portable tiki hut they roll onto the beach and use as a sales booth on the beach. They had us build a wall in the back of the tiki hut so they can put up advertising display information. The roof was thatched with fresh cut sable palm fronds once we arrived at the resort.