Wanted to thank Dwight for the incredible job today! My neighbour recommended Terra Nova.
Called on a holiday, left a message, Dwight was here 830a next morning, fixed washer hookups.
Kingfisher Resort and Spa
In the late 1990's Lucas Steivater had a vision for the Kingfisher Inn. After purchasing the site he decided a complete make-over was in order and focused on the beautiful oceanfront location. In partnership with Muchalat Construction and Terra Nova Plumbing he started by expanding the hotel itself with some time share suites. Breathtaking ocean views and corner jacuzzi tubs with luxury bathrooms were a focal point of the suites.
Lucas' idea of a hydro path, where guests could enjoy the spa experience while also being wrapped in the luxury of a west coast ambience, started to develop. A destination spa was in the works and The Pacific Mist Hydropath® was conceived. Here the construction challenges enabled our company, along with talented builders and artists to complete one of our proudest accomplishments. The idea that guests could walk into a beautiful "cave" and enjoy warm showers, soak in a salt water pool, experience a glacial water downpour, walk through a river of water that allowed invigorating jets to massage their legs and enjoy a rain shower that literally starts off as a sprinkle and ends as a downpour were innovative and exciting. Add to that a seaweed soak at the end and you had a complete experience that soothed the body and the mind. The plumbing opportunities here were amazing and allowed Terry to apply a variety of his skills and talents. Hundreds of guests have enjoyed and continue to enjoy the Pacific Mist Hydropath® and we were proud to have been an integral part of its production.
The restaurant was the next thing that caught Lucas' attention. A new state of the art kitchen along with a complete renovation of the seating area continued the west coast theme. The challenge with this project was the very short time frame in which the renovation had to be completed. The entire restaurant and kitchen needed to be shut down and this was an inconvenience to the guests. With incredible cooperation between the trades, it was completed on time.
We appreciated the opportunity to join forces with Lucas, Muchalat Construction and other skilled tradesmen and artists to help produce one of the landmarks of the Comox Valley.