POUR BROTHERS TAP ROOM
GENERAL CONTRACTOR - COMMERCIAL
Type of Construction
Restoration of Type III (A-2) Building constructed in 1918 for tenant use
Heavy Structural Reinforcement, Epoxy injection and roof replacement
Heavy Sandblasting and Floor Polishing
Demolition of all under slab/street utilities and supply all new domestic water, Fire Suppression, Electrical Service and Sewer Service Systems.
Utilized repurposed barn wood and cedar fence paneling at entry way, service counter, under bar
Original 100 year old concrete floors restored and polished in main bar area (2,500 Square Feet)
Original Fire Rated Door Restored and displayed in Private tap room
Storefronts and Signage were redesigned to match original appearance of 1920’s Car Dealership
Removed and Restored Original Exterior Doors to enhance historical appearance of building
124 x 26 Permeable Paver Beer Garden for outdoor entertainment and seating.
Multi RTU Heating/Cooling Systems, ERV and Wireless Temperature sensors for maximum comfort and efficiency
Suspended Reclaimed Cedar Ceiling at Entry way Featuring Carved Pour Brothers Logo Centerpiece
28 Beverage Taps with Wireless link from Tablet to “Pour Card” monitoring customer consumption
Size of Project:
The Building Shell equates to 10,080 Square Feet
Tenant Build out was approximately 5,000 Square Feet
Shell Restoration and Construction: $782,000.00
Shell plus Tenant Build out: $1,002,000.00
Length of Construction
Shell Restoration: 4 Months (April Through July)
Tenant Build Out: 34 Days (Late July and completed last week of August)
Work Self Performed
ECI executed 26.5% of the work performing various portions of rough Framing, Finish Carpentry, Concrete, Doors/Hardware, demolition and 100% of the HVAC.
Merit Shop Participation
ECI solicited bids from Several sub contractors regardless of labor affiliation. Of the 14 Contractors that performed work, 3 were ABC Members and 8 were merit shop contractors.