Category Archives: Residential Renovation

Duncan Renovation – Lexington, KY

We recently completed a renovation for Judy and Mark Duncan located at 623 Longview Drive off Harrodsburg Road in Lexington.
 
They recently completed a master bedroom renovation and now wanted to update their kitchen, dining room and bathroom. After a couple of meetings CMA was selected as the contractor for the Duncans.
 
I hope you enjoy seeing this beautiful, energy efficient and functional renovation. Judy and Mark were great to work with. Home renovations where the client is living on the renovation site can be very stressful, but Judy and Mark were very patient and helpful! Please read on… as all of us have put in alot of hard work and want to show it off to you!  
Duncan Renovation Sub Contractors and Suppliers

TM Construction-Thomas Menges……………………Demo, Framing and Finish Carpentry

Probuild-Scott Connally………Lumber and Material Supplier

Lanham Electric-Tommy Lanham………………………..Electrical

Best Plumbing-Robbie Best…………………………………Plumbing

Settles Drywall-Brian Settles…………………………………Drywall

TCI-Chris Cruse………………………………….Fiberglass Insulation

Kitchen Concepts-Clay Leavell……………………….Bath/Kitchen Cabinets

 

Odehnal Renovation – Stamping Ground, KY

We recently completed a renovation for Helen Odehanal on her home situated in a beautiful county setting outside Stamping Ground Ky.
 
We completed a new home down the street for a wonderful couple Dan and Kerri Vantreese. If you are interested in their home… it is in our newsletter archives. After a couple of meetings CMA was selected as the contractor for the Odehnal renovation.
 
I hope you enjoy seeing this beautiful, energy efficient and functional renovation. Helen is smart, sharp and was alot of fun to work with during the renovation. Home renovations where the client is living on the renovation site can be very stressful. Helen took the hardships in stride and kept us moving forward. Please read on… as all of us have put in alot of hard work and want to show it off to you!  
Odehnal Renovation Sub Contractors and Suppliers

This home is situated in a nice rural area by Stamping Ground Kentucky. Please feel to take a pictorial tour taken during the building of this wonderful renovation! 

TM Construction/Thomas Menges….Demo, Framing,Siding, Roofing, Finish Carpentry

Probuild-Scott Connally…….Lumber and Material Supplier

Lanham Electric-Tommy Lanham……………………..Electrical

Best Plumbing-Robbie Best………………………………Plumbing

HVAC……………………………………………………….Climate Control

Settles Drywall-Brian Settles………………………………..Drywall

TCI-Chris Cruse…………………………………Fiberglass Insulation

Kitchen Concepts-Clay Leavell……………………..Bath/Kitchen Cabinets

Excavation……………………………………………………..Dale Perdue

Campbell Concrete Construction………………..Glen Campbell

Metcalfe Renovation – Richmond, KY

WOW! Pictured below is a stunning transformation on the home of Neal and Christy Metcalfe. We completed a whole house renovation on their single family residence in Richmond, KY. 
 
Neal and Christy were both actively involved in the construction process. They did a great job and were a really fantastic couple to work with!
 
I hope you enjoy seeing this beautiful, energy efficient and functional whole house renovation. Please read on… as all of us have put in a lot of hard work and want to show it off to you!  
Metcalfe Whole House Renovation Sub Contractors and Suppliers

TM Const…Roofing, Siding,Demo, Framing and Finish Carpentry

Probuild-Scott Connally…….Lumber and Home Material Supplier

Lanham Electric-Tommy Lanham……………………………….Electrical

Next Generation Plumbing-Chris Armstrong……………..Plumbing

HVAC-Donnie Draper…………………………………………..Arronco HVAC

Settles Drywall-Brian Settles………………………………………..Drywall

TCI-Chris Cruse…………………………………………Foam and Fiberglass Insulation

Kitchen Concepts-Clay Leavell…………………………….Bath/Kitchen Cabinets

Thompson Concrete-Daniel Thompson…………..Concrete Flatwork

Tucker Renovation – Lexington, KY

Dr. Brian and Becky Tucker recently closed on their dream home situated on a local horse farm. Their home was newly renovated but they wanted to open the floor plan up, remove the dated sunken living room, add a pantry off the kitchen, install new hardwood floors, add a new energy efficient fireplace and as well as two double french doors to the greatroom.
After a couple of meetings CMA was selected as the contractor for their new home renovation. They wanted to be actively involved in their build but also wanted to have a construction manager to take care of the day to day responsibilites of the build. They both worked full time, so they did not want to do our UBuildIt program… so CMA was the right choice.
I hope you enjoy seeing Dr. Brian and Beckys wonderful newly renovated home.They were alot of fun to work with. Please read on… as all of us have put in alot of hard work and want to show it off to you!

Thanks to Dr, Brian and Becky who were the just the best to work with! Also, as usual our subs and suppliers did a great job on this renovation. We all appreciate you guys!

 TM Construction-Thomas Menges……..Demo, Framing 

Probuild-Scott Connally……………………Lumber Supplier

Floor Covering Intl-Jonathan Wilk…………Floor Coverings

Lanham Electric-Tommy Lanham………………….Electrical

Best Plumbing-Robbie Best……………………………Plumbing

Green Box HVAC-David Masters………………………….HVAC

White Painting-Rick White……………….Caulking/Painting

Fireplace Concepts-Thomas Williams, Jr………..Fireplaces

Settles Drywall-Brian Settles…………………………….Drywall

TCI-Chris Cruse……………………………………………….Insulation

 

Melton Renovation – River Road – Harrodsburg, KY

Jeff loves living on the Kentucky RIver but hated getting wet every time the river flooded. What was the solution? Raise his house two foot above the Army Corps Of Engineers 100 year flood elevation.

Interested in some construction specifics?  The decking was treated 5/4 screwed into the joists. The joists are treated 2by8s, the beams 2by10 treated. The beams are bolted to the 6by6 vertical posts with carriage bolts. The 6by6 treated posts are anchored into the ground in bag mix. From an engineering standpoint, this is the best method to anchor your posts in the ground.(far better that incasing them in concrete) All fasteners are galvanized and all joists secured with joist hangers. The spindles are treated 2by2′s and no section of the rail or ramp will have an opening more that 4 inches which is Kentucky Building Code. The ramp has no less than a 48 inch clearance between inside rails.

Please take a look at the pictures below to see check out this unique project.

McCann Addition – Westmoreland Estates – Lexington, KY

Mike McCann came our our UBuildIt Home Building Seminar and decided to have us build an addition on their beautiful home is at 3557 Gloucester Drive in Westmoreland Estates off Versalles Road in Lexington.

Westmoreland is an older upscale developed subdivision in a great location where residents are comfortable upgrading their homes because the property values support the renovations and it is hard to find comparable properties around Lexington.

I hope you enjoy seeing Mikes new addition. Please read on… as we both have put in alot of hard work and want to show it off to you!

Berryhill Renovation – Georgetown, KY

Addition and renovation of an existing one story ranch home in Scott County.

1,250 Square Foot Renovation

Construction Time: 3 months

Project Costs: 42,500

This renovation project included the addition of a new front entrance porch and roof system to accent the existing structure. The interior renovation included removal and reconfiguration of the interior walls for the master bath, living and dining areas, inclusion of a new walk-in kitchen pantry area and new attic access. The exterior porch addition features Genstone, a new faux (styrofoam) stone veneer material.

 

Dr. Coffman Renovation – Lexington, KY

This renovation and addition is located in a historic district off of South Main Street in downtown Lexington.

This addition/renovation was completed on a beautiful 118 year old historic home. It features a 413 square foot master bedroom suite addition adjoining a 204 sq ft screened sunroom.

Addition/Remodel Cost: $85,000

Finished Sq. Ft: 617 sq ft

Total Cost Per Sq Ft: $138

“Lowest bid obtained before going with UBuildIt was $143,561!”

–Dr. Wes and Judge Jennifer Coffman

Dr. Turley Renovation – Beaumont Subdivision – Lexington, KY

Dr. Paul and Leann Turley’s family is growing. They wanted to finish out their basement into a new multi-purpose room. Paul likes to play in a band so a small sound stage would be nice, a theatre system with surround sound was a must, a wet bar, an additional bathroom, more shelving and storage space, a new salt water aquarium, a decorative waterfall and a nice place for the kids to play were all requirements for our designers.

The Turley’s solicited proposals from three local general contractors and Construction Mangement Associates was selected. This selection was based on the best proposal. Paul said we were not the cheapest… but that he felt our proposed package was the most professional and was the best fit for his needs.

This 1,450 square foot basement renovation features a decorative waterfall at the bottom of the stairs, accenting your entry into this newly renovated space. We created a storage room behind the waterfall and another around the corner with additional shelving for storage in both.

The main room showcases a brick walled stage with dark hardwood on the floor. The stage does double duty as a focal point for a big screen theatre room system. Behind the theatre room is a counter with stools for lounging, chatting or watching the big screen. Behind the counter is a full wetbar with sink, wine rack and storage cabinets. To the rear of the wetbar is a half bath.

A new salt water acquarium opens into the bar area on one side and the great room/play area for the kids on the other.The coral is being shipped from the Pacific Ocean and the fish will be introduced when the aquarium environment is just right. A bit of a wait but this accent will be top notch!

Take a look below to see some pictures of this wonderful basement renovation by CMA!