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Stotts Ford

Tryon, NC

“Family owned and operated for over 37 years and 3 generations”

Stott’s ford was originally built in 1976 and went virtually untouched until the owners decided to remodel in the fall of 2016. The owners wanted to remodel in a way that would be both attractive as well as fit into the small downtown atmosphere Tryon offers. 


"I wanted it to feel strong, and yet comfortable. Rustic to make it cozier and industrial for the strength." - The Stotts


The rustic industrial structure was achieved by mixing steel, wood, glass, stone and reclaimed materials. 

During the 5 Month project Champion Construction Group was able to keep the client’s business operating as usual by providing temporary offices and limiting onsite materials to an as needed basis. Keeping both safety and logistics as a priority, the project moved smoothly and was finished on schedule.

Owners: Harold, Robbie and Dylan Stott

Mountain Brook Vineyard

Tryon, NC


Mountain Brook Vineyards was purchased in May of 2018. Renovations started immediately and the first phase was complete in September of 2018 just in time for the FEI World Equestrian Games that were being held at the Tryon International Equestrian Center. Champion Construction group built a team willing to work long hours and do whatever it took to meet this fast-approaching deadline. Failure was not an option! The scope of work achieved in such a short time with weather being a factor was truly incredible and is something we will always be proud of. Please visit the site and see that even though time was something we did not have a lot of quality control was never compromised. 


Phase 2 consisted of a 5000+ square foot barrel room that we transformed on the fly to make suitable for an event center. Coming equipped with a catering kitchen and bridal suit. The Barrel room is truly a remarkable industrial space that pictures don’t do justice. Please visit Mountain Brook Vineyards, have a glass of wine and see just why it’s a project to be proud of.


Designer/ Architect: Vic Knight

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