This was a job in down town Los Angeles. It was an Italian restaurant that I never got a chance to eat at. It was also a night job which I don’t do anymore
The scope of work at this job was to remodel the office and bathrooms as well as some other aesthetic issues. As with anywhere in Los Angeles space is limited. This office was small and had no air conditioning
On the exterior we installed a mosaic for the owner and also leveled the concrete. This is the one thing I think they were disappointed with. The concrete color did not match either the interior or exterior and the mosaic was ok but not perfect. I didn’t promise perfection and I think it turned out good but I know there vision was a bit different.
I also installed some sliding cabinet doors in the POS/ bar area. This included building a shelf for the equipment and running speaker wires through the attic. The owner was told it could not be done and I admit it was not easy. But nobody wants wires glued to the ceiling!
We also textured and repainted the office walls. This gave them a fresh feel. I then custom built them some wine racks and a desk with a matching storage unit for more wine.
The restroom remodel was key. They wanted something fresh and comfortable with an old school style. I had to demo everything skim coat the walls and level the floors. Add the chair rail and plastic floor base with an inside cove. I re installed all new fixtures over a very nice semi gloss paint and the restroom looked 10x better.
This all happened at night and it was a very long two weeks!
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