Amadeus Restaurant

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project at a glance

The Amadeus Restaurant project included seismic upgrades to a historic structure.  The building was built in 1891 and required complete utility upgrades including electrical service, waste lines for upgraded commercial kitchen equipment, water service, and fire suppression.  The project consisted of a 5,500 square foot renovation for a restaurant and bar.  The team supplemented the original structure with additional timber and steel to conform to the structural engineer’s seismic details.  The kitchen was installed with two exhaust fans and epoxy flooring.  The new bar location was cladded with reclaimed barn wood siding from a South Carolina tobacco barn.  The bar top is a reclaimed beam from the Eugene area.

 

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