March 1, 2020
We have had a lot of rain over the last several weeks. While the contractor has not lost any time due to the rain, they have not been able to move ahead of schedule. We are still anticipating the construction process to be completed sometime in September 2020.
The block work is in the final stages and the contractors have begun to install the floor trusses. The framing work continues. There is a possibility that time can be gained during the framework construction.
As we have stated previously, the Beach Cabana is a construction site. It is important to “keep out” of the work area. The contractors will be using nail guns with large framing nails. Construction workers are required to wear hard hats and steel tipped boots. With the potential of nails and other sharp objects on the ground, this is another reason to stay away from the work zone.
The Board will continue to keep you updated throughout the construction process.
NOTE from the Board of Directors:
It has come to our attention that some Beach Cabana enthusiasts are photographing and documenting the construction. While we appreciate this, we have been informed that some individuals have flattened the dune grass to get a better view and/or photograph. The City has put the Board of Directors on alert that any destruction of the dunes could result in a closing of the beach cabana construction site with a stop-work order.
Please Keep off the Dunes
It’s the Law!
The law in North Myrtle Beach is "up to $500.00 in fines and/or 30 days in jail."
- There is adequate space on either side of the construction site behind the fence to take photographs.
- Please help us by "not" taking photos from the dunes and by notifying the authorities if you see someone violating the law.
- Should it become necessary, security will be posted on site to ensure violators are caught and prosecuted.
- This would become an unwanted but necessary cost to Barefoot Resort residents to ensure uninterrupted construction of the Beach Cabana.