Development

grading and leveling

Thank you Richard Uhlhorn Photograpy for taking pictures of the progress!! It is so exciting to see the transformation!!

DIRT IS MOVING!!

Construction has started! Heavy equipment is in motion with grading and leveling progressing on site today. Thank you to Rimmer & Roeter Construction, Torrence Engineering, and Complete Design for driving this project forward. We are thrilled to have you on our team!

Grading Permit submitted

The grading permit application was submitted to the City of Chelan last week with effort moving toward ground breaking. Permits have been issuing in the 3-6 week timeframe. Earthwork is set to commence upon approval of grading permit. Watch for signs of Rimmer & Roeter Construction!

conditional use permit application decision approved

Seven Acres Foundation received the Notice of Decision today for approval of a conditional use permit by City of Chelan Land Use Hearing Examiner, CUP #2020-08 and SEPA #2020-06, for the Community Center at Lake Chelan. Next step: Submit grading permit application to move toward ground breaking, earthwork, and infrastructure.

CONDITIONAL USE APPLICATION SUBMITTED

The Conditional Use Application was submitted to the City of Chelan yesterday by Seven Acres Foundation. The application included the SEPA Environmental Checklist, GIS map, Historical Report, and Site Sketches, among other items. CCLC plans continue forward into engineering, with a Fall goal for building permit ready.

EXTERIOR STYLE APPROVED

Forward movement continues to happen during these hard times of Covid-19. The exterior style of building has been approved. Seven Acres Foundation’s prime contractor, Rimmer and Roeter, is currently discussing design and structural constructability with Butler Manufacturing, specifically on the mezzanine. They have also been discussing LEED items, and how… 

PRELIMINARY SITE LAYOUT APPROVED

SITE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES • Building should have a strong presence and identity from the Bighorn and SR 150 intersection/Lookout entry area. • Create a clearly identifiable and visually pleasing main building entry • Simple parking circulation and clear visitor orientation towards the building • Building should have adjacent outdoor…