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Snyder Building Construction Completes Tenant Build-Out for Rumble Boxing

Snyder Building Construction recently completed its second Rumble Boxing location at Orchard Park Place in Westminster. Rumble Boxing is a 45-minute intense strength and cardio workout set to custom hip-hop and house music with lighting to match the energizing vibe. FM Group Inc. was the architect for the project.

Rumble Boxing studio

Snyder Building performed the 3,200-square-foot build-out of the gym space, lobby, restrooms, and utility closet. The left side of the gym includes metal I-beam support for the water bags used in the boxing routines and the right side of the gym is outfitted with weight benches and free weights for resistance training.

The client opted for a concealed or hidden structural steel rack for the boxing bags. Sound dampening was a main concern for the adjacent tenants, so a rubber flooring system was installed throughout the space. Acoustical sealant was applied at the top of the walls and an isolation pad was installed at the bottom of the walls to minimize vibrations and sound. The walls were built with a double layer of sheetrock with one being Quiet Rock to provide extra sound protection. An A/V system was installed to provide specialty lighting including black lighting and music throughout.

“Snyder Building Construction has been incredible to work with. They helped us in every step of the way. Their knowledge and experience in building a fitness buildout was extremely helpful as we maneuvered through all the hoops and hurdles that come with it. Their communication throughout the project has been very clear, open and honest and their eye for detail has been fantastic. We are opening two more locations over the next two years and we are excited to have Snyder Building in our corner,” says Sibe Broers, franchise owner.

Photos courtesy of Snyder Building Construction

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