Rebcor has a wide variety of experience building and constructing restaurants. Rebcor works with private owners, high-end restaurant clients, national chain restaurant franchisees, and QSR restaurant owners to create pristine restaurants to scale. Our proficiently trained architects and engineers lay the foundation for projects, and then highly skilled craftsmen complete the work to your specifications. Check out some examples or see all of our projects by clicking ‘see our projects’ below.See our projects
Restaurant construction is centered into two regions: “back of house” and “front of house”. “Front of house” construction encompasses all the design work the customer sees, for example, exterior, entry, dining rooms, bars, eating counters, and public restrooms. “Back of house” covers the kitchen also is the primary differentiator between restaurant building and business projects. Kitchen construction typically contains the installation of a cook line, dishwasher, fridge, and three-compartment sink. Our team of architects, contractors, and contractors has expertise with all facets of restaurant construction and are knowledgeable about all the regulations restaurants are required to meet. From your walk-in refrigerator to the colour of the bathroom, our professionals are dedicated to ensuring every portion of your restaurant complies with all the crucial codes.
Some things to consider:
- Parking with appropriate accessibility signage
- paths to building entrance free of measures
- entranceways with accepted door hardware
- wheelchair-accessible chairs
Rebcor has been working in the restaurant building industry for over 30 years. Our top priority is working together with our customers to ensure that the project correctly reflects their vision. We pride ourselves on being able to implement the vision of customers of varying degrees of building knowledge, from those who only have an idea to those who have completed layouts. In addition, restaurants must meet the guidelines set out by the ADA which primarily pertain to accessibility. These demands include (but are not limited to) the following: Restaurant jobs are greater risk than other commercial construction jobs because they require specialized mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) work so as to guarantee the kitchen is operational and meets all of the essential security and health codes. All restaurant designs and plans have to be according to the county health departments, the department of building and safety, as well as the fire marshall.
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