Restaurant

Project Spotlight: The Wild Game & Rendezvous Tap Room

by Macy Andre October 12, 2017
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Throw Back Thursday- Putting the Wild back into gaming   The term “renovation” can be daunting, but when it comes to this movie theater-turned entertainment nook, you can see how successful a completely renovated interior can turn out. The Wild Game, located in Evergreen, CO […]

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Change of Use May Require a Structural Engineer

by Sean O'Hara August 25, 2017

When the use of a building changes from one occupancy to another, say a store to a restaurant, you certainly need an architect to help you. The architect deals with exiting, fixture counts, layout issues and provides the stamped plans that you’ll need for the […]

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REgeneration Development and Gemini Beer Company Partner to Bring a New Taproom/Restaurant to Westminster Station’s First Mixed-Use Building

by Dean Dalvit April 10, 2017

The City of Westminster is excited to announce that local brewer Gemini Beer Company has executed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with developer Westminster Station REgeneration LLC to bring a new taproom/restaurant to Westminster Station’s first mixed-use building, designed by EVstudio. Chris Dutton, Owner of Gemini Beer Company has previous experience operating other brewpubs in the Denver […]

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LEED Project Team Formation is an Important First Step in any LEED Certification Project

by EVstudio AEP May 20, 2016

The first step in preparing for the LEED Certification process on a building project is the formation of the LEED Project Team. Integrated design is one of the most important sustainability strategies and a good project team will become the key to an integrated, efficient, […]

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Noodles Restaurant- Savannah, Georgia

by EVstudio AEP April 28, 2016
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Noodles Restaurant is a restaurant in Savannah that was designed by Don Eckols of EVstudio Austin. The restaurant is locally-owned fine-food influenced by Venice, Italy. This design is a scaled down version of the Piazza St. Marco. The restaurant incorporates a series of open spaces […]

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What in the World is a Ufer Ground?

by evstudio April 21, 2016

In EVstudio’s structural engineering practice this question comes up almost every week. In contemporary construction, a ufer is a concrete encased ground electrode, which is most often a 20 foot long piece of #4 rebar cast into a foundation wall that will protrude from the […]

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How Much Does it Cost to Open a Restaurant?

by Dean Dalvit February 19, 2016
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Restaurantowner.com provides a wealth of information for Restauranteurs and other professionals in the restaurant industry. EVstudio has a team of experts steeped in restaurant design and rely on industry information to guide our clients through the design process. They created a survey that included hundreds […]

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Restaurant Floor Plans Free Initial Consultation

by Dean Dalvit November 23, 2015
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Evstudio has had the pleasure of designing a wide variety of restaurant, cafe, bar and similar projects and it has become a specialty within our greater body of commercial work. Designing a restaurant can be difficult business if you are not fully in tune with all […]

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Restaurants, Bars, Bakeries and Occupant Loads

by Sean O'Hara November 20, 2015

When you are designing restaurants, bars, bakeries and other food service businesses the number of occupants is a fairly important factor. Occupant loading is not determined by the actual number of people, but rather by the number of square feet in your space. You’ll have […]

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Distillery Interiors to Create Atmosphere (and Profits)

by Dean Dalvit May 13, 2015
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Alexa Cowley, our Interior Designer here at EVstudio, was involved in an award winning Whiskey Distillery in Denver, just off Broadway on Acoma Street. Here are some of her notes about the project: The client wanted a tasting room style, smaller bar area with a […]

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Acapulco Denver Restaurant Sketch

by Sean O'Hara September 2, 2014

I drew this quick sketch to explain the Acapulco Restaurant design to someone at the housing conference. Its drawn on the back of a sheet of heavily printed paper but it should give you a good sense of how this project may end up looking. […]

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Aoustical Plaster Ceiling for Indoor Pools

by evstudio September 26, 2013
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Acoustical Plaster Ceiling (APC) is typically used in indoor pool areas where sound waves bounce off the water, tile, and glass.  APC can reduce the reverberation and echo, creating a more relaxing environment and ensuring that lifeguards and instructors can be heard. APC typically comes […]

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