Streamsong Resort is a year-round resort offering an array of programs and amenities, including two world class 18-hole championship golf courses, built on land originally used in phosphate mining.
This six-story, 198,000 square foot lodge has 140 guest rooms of multiple types, five adjacent villas, spa, state-of-the-art conference center, a wide array of restaurant and dining selections, a 22,000 square foot clubhouse with spacious golf practice area and golf academy, plus other activities including hunting, fishing and outdoor sports.
The soil conditions offered numerous challenges to the design team. A combination of vibro-replacement soil improvement and augercast piles were used to stiffen and stabilize the soil. Walter P Moore worked closely with the owner, contractor, and geotechnical engineer to avoid collapse of the existing dunes and lake banks during construction.