After one year of planning, this 3,200 square foot nine-hole golf course has customers competing and recording the highest scores - having a great time while getting their cars serviced.
When the general manager of JM Lexus, one of the largest volume dealerships in the United States, envisioned an amenity that would draw customers and ease the wait at the dealership, he never pictured a Southwest Greens rooftop amenity complete with net lighting for long days.
Rooftop projects present unique challenges from weight bearing standards to logistics. Southwest Greens Florida has tackled engineering like this before and met the project requirements head on. This rooftop was built with panels that shunted water and ensured that customers could play on a reliable, quick draining and safe putting green. Southwest Greens is adept at installing projects that require out of the box thinking.