Punk’s Backyard Grill came a long way over the past two weeks.
The exterior still looks rough, but the progress is visible. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows were finally installed last week — evidently the delay was caused by a troublesome glass tempering machine.
The application of the slate tiles is almost complete. It’s a bit of a slow process since each tile must be applied individually, and the outside temperature can’t be too cold or the tiles won’t stick. Each slate tile has a slightly different color, so they create an attractive textured appearance when they’re all together. Continue reading
The second half of last week was rainy and wet, so plans to install the slate siding on the building were delayed. But framing for the floor to ceiling windows and the entry vestibule continued.
Out the rain, the contractors made a lot of progress inside Continue reading
This week the contractors made major progress on the storefront. As you can see below, we now have four beautiful windows and the beginnings of a structure for the entry vestibule and Punk’s Backyard Grill sign.
The drywall guys came this week and really gave shape to the back of house. The picture below is the view of the wall that will separate the kitchen from the ordering and service counters.
By the end of this third week of construction, the masons had built the structure that will enclose the walk-in refrigerator.
Just a few pictures of the completed framing before the drywall goes up this week. We’re moving right along at Punk’s Backyard Grill!
We were pleased as punch today to walk into the site and find that after months of tripping over rocks and rebar Punk’s Backyard Grill has a concrete floor.
As many of you know, construction at the site started early last week after what seemed like an unending process to secure our final building permit. Well once we had the permit in hand, BGC didn’t waste any time getting right to work. Continue reading