Village Cafe | Mother-child Cafe project
Coffee shop renovation
Construction of a “mother-child” café in Montreal with the vision of creating a meeting place for the whole family.
To start their project on the right foot, the owners, a young couple, chose to work with an architect and an interior designer for the development of professional plans. They have successfully incorporated their inspirations, ideas and specific requests to reflect the latest trends. The services of an engineer were also required to calculate the load-bearing capacity of the original floors, as well as the sizing of the structural elements for the repair of the floor.
The layout of the premises required various work, such as plumbing, electricity, ventilation (including the installation of a wall-mounted air conditioning system), installing a wall partition, laying a floating vinyl floor over the former floor, demolition of a large wall of gypsum to uncover a brick wall that has been restored and cleaned, moving the divisions of the bathroom, creating a small kitchen in the back using existing divisions, and more.
Various equipment, not included in the cost of the project indicated, was installed at the counter; i.e. an espresso machine, industrial dishwasher, coffee grinders, boiling water machine, etc. Certain renovations were also made to allow for the installation of a projector.
A great success for these young entrepreneurs with their first commercial renovation experience!
Project No: 32211