Swift pub to restaurant conversion
From local village pub to Indian (Bangladeshi) restaurant in just ten weeks. A 1920 building with cellar which needed water-proofing and damp-proofing. Complete re-design and the ripping out of 50% of the existing bar area, construction of lit partitions with smoked glass to provide privacy for diners. New lighting throughout so it was necessary to remove the flooring on the first floor for access. Both ladies and gents toilets were re-designed and completed with style. Due to the amount of existing wall panelling that was in the bars it was decided to add to any walls that did not have panelling to create a warm atmosphere and the existing colours were matched. A new bar was constructed with a copper frontage and up-lighters. New carpets were supplied throughout the restaurant. We also repaired the roof and painted the exterior of the property and created parking spaces to the front elevation with additional exterior lighting. Central heating and entrance heaters were also up-dated along with electrical up-grades to the fire exists and sprinkler systems.