The Three Points Dining Facility is a unique project for a long standing repeat client for Pariseault. This beautiful new dining facility replaced a former Historic Dining Hall Facility constructed at BSA Camp Yawgoog in 1920. That facility held fond memories for generations of men whom summered at Camp Yawgoog and it was critical to the Narragansett Council of the BSA those memories be respected in any new design. The goal was to build a new facility that melded with the architecture throughout the Camp while evoking or honoring the former building. The new facility is a custom post and beam structure with numerous design elements that were borrowed from the former facility such as a grand timber frame dining hall, heavy timer posts with timber bracing, and custom railings that replicated former, etc. Through tough winter conditions and the onset of a pandemic, the attention to detail, craftsmanship, and effort that everyone devoted to this building made it a stunning and successful project. The project also included the complete demolition of the existing dining facility and regrading of the building site for construction of the new building. The facility features a full scale commercial kitchen with enough horsepower to feed lots of hungry campers.