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  • Isla Palenque Construction Progress Report: July 2012

    I was remiss in posting a construction update for June. Chalk it up to being too busy making sure actual construction work happened. 😉

    Also crowding out opportunities to post an update: I gave a couple of interviews for travel and adventure publications, offering some insight into the eco-development process. If you’re interested in growing your understanding of sustainable design & architecture, you’ll want to read about Isla Palenque featured on GotSaga; and for a discussion of how we’re approaching resort development to create better travel experiences, tune into the interview I did for Outdoor Minded Mag.

    Indeed, a lot has happened since the last update. We’ve started work on the “back of house” buildings (employee housing, administration, housekeeping, etc.), and are getting ready to put the roof on the resort buildings. Infrastructural work (roads, water, electrical) has been happening as well, but the progress that looks good in pictures is really just the building work. So, pictures of  building progress, along with commentary, follow.

    Construction progress, back of house

    Just a coat of paint on the columns and beams, and a little electrical work, and our facilities maintenance shed will be complete. It’s already acting as a staging ground for steel prefabrication.

    Construction progress, employee housing

    Slabwork for our employee housing is complete; pipes for plumbing can be seen poking through. Yesterday they started framing the walls.

    Construction progress, Isla Palenque

    This photo was taken from the same angle as the last photo in the previous update; as you can see we have since sheathed the exterior walls and installed the roof beams. Omar can be seen finishing up the purlins that will hold our roof panels.

    Construction progress, Isla Palenque

    View from the guestrooms located furthest back. On the left is another guestroom; on the right is the building housing our two suites (now seen from behind), and the concierge building is in the middle.

    Construction progress, Isla Palenque

    A photo from inside the same guestroom as the last: I took the liberty of adding a translucent layer where the ceiling will be. Most of our rooms, like this one, will have clerestory windows wrapping all the way around them, bringing in a lot of natural light and making the roof appear as if it is floating above the walls.

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    3 Responses

    1. Britt Eisenman says:

      Farm to table is all the craze. Perhaps nature to table is a whole new enterprise. The snails I foraged in Laos tasted better than any escargot I had in France! And where was Bourdain for this venture? He would’ve gobbled up every moment.

    2. Benjamin Loomis Ben says:

      Indeed… BTW, we ate the last pig a few weeks ago. Slaughtered and butchered it on a Tuesday. On Wednesday morning I made a makeshift smoker out of cinderblock and rebar and smoked two shoulders all day long. So Wednesday evening through Saturday morning, we had sweet, Southern-style pulled-pork for every other meal. The (Panamanian) construction workers couldn’t quite tell what I was doing, and were a little wary of the final result. But it was darn good, if I do say so myself, and even though I had to come up with a makeshift rub and sauce, since they didn’t have most of the spices I’d typically use.

    3. Adam Elliott says:

      Pretty cool that that was just a pig infested jungle a few years ago.

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