Lee’s Summit Bathroom

Who says size doesn’t matter?  This shower replaced an old whirlpool tub and provided enough space to be able to eliminate the need for a door at the entrance.  The window in the shower offers a dramatic element of natural light and cool architecture.  The etched glass panels that replaced the window sashes are a… Read More →

Forest Glen Bathroom

This retired couple had very definitive ideas about the style and elegance that they wanted their bathroom to exude.  Their home accommodates their needs from a universal design perspective, but the bathroom was very dated and plain.  Having the available space to allow for separate vanities was a big plus. The shower is, of course,… Read More →

Country Club Halfway House

This light commercial project involved updating an old, tired halfway house on one of the many beautiful old golf courses in Kansas City.  New and upgraded electrical service was brought into the structure to bring it in line with current code requirements.  The footprint for the new structure doubled the size of the original one…. Read More →

Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor kitchens have become a specialty niche that many companies engage in.  While we haven’t performed many overall, this is an example of one that was installed over an Ipe deck that Wineteer originally undertook in 2005.  Integrating the kitchen into the deck, both in terms of scale and using sustainable materials, was the biggest… Read More →

Ward Parkway Kitchen – Update

This is the fourth complete kitchen renovation undertaken at this residence by Wineteer Construction.  The first was in 1993.  This iteration capitalizes on the abundant space available, but also captures the formerly compartmentalized laundry room area by incorporating it into the kitchen.  The new space allowed for a reconfiguration of the cooking areas and the… Read More →


This renovation captured an ice cream shop next door to create the wine bar area at the front. A number of industrial elements were utilized to deliver a vibe that appeals to the younger crowd. In the spring and fall, the accordion-style windows completely fold up upon themselves to create an open connection to the… Read More →

Lee’s Summit Church

This parish in one of the Kansas City suburbs was a total top to bottom renovation of the interior space. It is home to a smaller congregation, lending itself to some of the cozier features that appeal to the community. The lighting and faux beams bring a dramatic element to the nave.

Worlds of Fun Marketplace

This is another new construction project. Worlds of Fun entertains huge numbers of visitors every year, so the construction must hold up to vigorous standards of durability. This is but one example of that.

Worlds of Fun Haunted House

This new construction project was intentionally built out of square to lend a “creepy” appearance to the structure. Much of the material was reclaimed and repurposed to give it an older look. It’s much more intimidating at night than it is during the daylight!

Worlds of Fun Café

Worlds of Fun is a world class amusement park in Kansas City. Our company has been fortunate enough to have undertaken several renovation projects there, including this beverage kiosk. Given the very short window when projects can be performed, typically between February and May, it presents all kinds of staffing challenges.

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