Centric Chronicle: A Builder's View

The Estate Yountville Continues Its' Transformational Journey with Hotel Villagio 

Posted by Jay Barrington

Jun 14, 2018 4:00:00 PM

Last Fall, we shared the post The Vintage House Renovation Signals Change Is Coming to Yountville with our readers. The story highlighted the first of renovation of what is proving to be transformational journey for the town of Yountville.  The Estate Yountville, a 22-acre compound located right in the heart of Yountville is made up of two luxury lifestyle hotels, newly renovated Vintage House and Hotel Villagio, currently undergoing renovations. This Centric Chronicle post features the very exciting and active renovation work at Hotel Villagio.

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Topics: Luxury Resort, Renovation

The Vintage House Renovation Signals Change Is Coming to Yountville

Posted by Jay Barrington

Nov 28, 2017 3:30:00 PM

If you’ve wandered through Yountville recently, you know that things are changing. Newly acquired by Brookfield Thayer Lodging, The Vintage Estate and Villagio Inn and Spa are undergoing a pretty intensive renovation that is hard to miss. These two Yountville destinations cover 23-acres, right in the heart of Yountville. The properties have two restaurants, a small vineyard, and eleven locations for meetings and events. There is a 16,000sf Pavilion with terraced lawns and gardens. This Centric Chronicle post highlights our newly completed project at The Vintage Estate, now named Vintage House.


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Topics: Luxury Resort, Renovation

Zen and the Art of Solage’s Resort and Spa Expansion

Posted by Tim McDonald

Aug 6, 2015 2:00:00 PM

Recently, Centric General Contractors performed construction services for the Solage Hotel and Resort in Calistoga, California.  The project required a 2,000sf kitchen and bar renovation of Michelin Star-rated restaurant, SolBar. Work also entailed building a 40-seat courtyard for year-round outdoor dining and a 2,700sf addition to existing spa buildings. Just imagine a team of construction professionals, armed with hammers and power tools, performing required work without disrupting luxury resort guests and staff. No stress, right?

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Topics: Construction Case Studies, Luxury Resort, Hospitality