Stellar renovates Shades of Green Resort at Walt Disney World

Stellar, a Jacksonville-based engineering and construction firm, started the renovations at Shades of Green at Walt Disney World Resort.

The design and construction project includes updating 283 rooms in the resort’s three-story Magnolia Wing with new flooring and new finishes, installation of low-voltage LED lighting fixtures, and fresh paint and wall coverings.

Stellar will be conducting a phased approach, renovating 30 rooms at a time and one floor at a time. Stellar is also participating in a waste diversion program to recycle existing guestroom carpet. The resort will remain open to guests throughout the four-month project.

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The renovations are expected to be completed in August.

This is the second project Stellar conducted at Shades of Green. In 2016, the firm completed a $7.6-million renovation ahead of that year’s Invictus Games.

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