Stanton Millworks contributed a sizeable scope of casework to The Boone County Bourbon Press Club, a new premium seating option at the Great American Ball Park. The space occupies what was previously the Writer’s Press Box. It is seated directly behind home plate and features incredible views of the entire field and the Ohio River. This isn’t Stanton’s first collaboration with the Reds. Learn more. The highlight of the project is the stunning entryway, designed to look like a bourbon barrel. The featuring black stained white oak trim. The rounded staves were constructed out of White Oak, with black stained white oak trim. Explore another recent high-end dining project. Inside the dining area, Stanton fabricated  column wraps from white oak which also featured custom leather panels / inserts. The team also created Walnut Wainscot panels and column wraps at the perimeter of the space [60 LF] along with the two tiers of Drink Railings [280 LF]. Stanton also provided [50 LF] of custom walnut casework for the food service area in The Boone County Bourbon Press Club. The crew also constructed many features of the bar area: Walnut Back Bar base cabinets Walnut Back Bar ceiling soffits and upper “Open” shelving with Brass Accents Framework of the main bar The 4,000 SF space offers table seating, tiered behind a glass panel window system that can be removed in good weather. Here, Stanton provided the tables, made of walnut with veneer panels and walnut trim. Additionally, Stanton fabricated the 80 LF of lockers. These lockers feature walnut doors, base, and trim, with brass metal grill mesh inserts and adjustable glass shelves. Check out Stanton’s hospitality portfolio Because the Press Club replaced the original Press Box, other spaces were renovated. The 1,477 SF Writer’s Press Box features an exterior seating area with approximately 1,000 LF of neo-walnut wall paneling. There is also a kitchenette with 94 LF of neo-walnut casework. Stanton also provided 500 LF of casework for the kitchenette area in the Executive Suite.