Situation > The scope of work covered all public areas towards the beach including bars, pools, trellises, breezeways, connection decks and beach ways.  Harry’s bar was completely reconfigured with the extension of the seating area, new trellis structures, finishes, awnings canvas, and an added fire pit. The existing pool was replaced with a full size heated pool and a kids zone with a splash pad and tiki cabanas.

A large mural was added to the front of the building along with new trellis and an extension of the beach deck which created a perfect room for events like weddings. A Cedar trellis were added to the building to extend the patio with rooms facing the beach on the 1st floor creating a private and Caribbean feel; accompanied by new landscape that blends with the existing one and a curved wood deck that connects both local bars, Harry’s and Rum Runners.

Rum Runners bar renovation included new finishes, decks, bar equipment, tiki stages, shade structures and an infinite wood deck serving as a seating area that led to the beach.

Action > The hotel maintained operations while all renovation was taken place. All paths from the hotel to the beach remained opened and safe during construction. One bar was out of service in order to keep the hotel’s revenue going while the other had renovations being done.

Results > T&G accommodated any request from the hotel management to maintain their operations as well as prioritize any events during construction activities. T&G worked extended hours to complete the project 3 weeks in advanced.

Sirata Beach Resort Common Area Renovation



Contract Amount

St. Pete Beach, Florida



Pre-construction, Management, Post-Construction