Situated on nearly 2,000 acres of scenic Laurel Highlands terrain in Western Pennsylvania, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is home to the Pete Dye design Mystic Rock Golf Course, as well as an internationally acclaimed spa and hotel. Nemacolin underwent a property-wide transformation, the largest project of its kind in the resort’s history, consisting of an extensive reconfiguration of the interior amenities and exterior entrance. The highly-anticipated, 15-month long renovation consisted of three phases, and added dramatic floor-to-ceiling upgrades, an entirely new entrance driveway, additional parking and new Chateau entry court. LaQuatra Bonci Associates provided landscape design services of the site, creating a captivating paving design outside the luxury resort. As part of the materials used to refinish the hotel exteriors, the designer chose Unilock Richcliff and Natural Stone in Indian Coast. Ideal for nearly any application, Richcliff features a high-performance, realistic, embossed surface texture to ensure a natural look for the drive lane and drop off zone, while the premium quality Natural Stone product offers extreme strength that will welcome guests with a one-of-a-kind elegant appearance.