We recently completed work on the Welcome Center at Magnolia Green. We were fortunate to work with several great firms on this project and we think it turned out beautifully! The stone veneer on the building's exterior allowed our masonry crews to show off their skills and the decking with curved benches and railings did the same for our fabulous carpentry team. We like to think of the "welcome" sign as the cherry on top :)
What fun to be included in the 3rd Volume of The Scout Guide, Richmond. The publication is part of The Scout Guide network, which launched in 2010 in Charlottesville. WestView enjoyed working together with the Guide to put together the design layout, and the photoshoot process was great fun. Our little man, Brooks, had so much fun climbing up the fireplace that he decided he might like to model professionally, "at least once a month," he declared ;) We'll see about that, but
It was the perfect day for the WestView staff to have a little team building time together. We were all lucky to have Afton fire up the big cooker today and cook us a delectable lunch, which we enjoyed while soaking up the brilliant afternoon sun. Afterwards, some of the guys took to a little game of soccer and we all enjoyed the day, because we are not sure when we might see the likes of the warm temperatures again. We're grateful to our Clients who are patient with us so th
It was an honor to help the Junior Board of the Children's Hospital Foundation decorate for their annual ball this weekend. The event raises money to benefit the Children's Hospital of Richmond with this year's theme, An Evening in the Garden. WestView enjoyed the opportunity to work closely with the organizers of the event to create a peacock backdrop used in the main ballroom. In an effort to "get our hands dirty" we were so glad to be involved and were amazed at the dedica
We have just completed the entrance to The Landing at Swift Creek. Everything was fabricated in our shop (remember those huge cedar beams?), except the stone which was laid and cut on sight. We used a special process and special paint to make the fence look rusted. This process provided the athestic of the entrance being around for a while.
Sometimes we build brand new structures and sometimes we refresh existing structures. Other times, we contribute to a larger project, like this new, custom home in Goochland County. We were asked to add custom Hearthstead stone to several sections of the home, including the beautiful 2-story chimney. While the home will not be finished for a few months, the chimney is all ready for Santa with 2 months to spare! Residence before stone work began. Progress photo showing complet