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Prior to renting out the commercial building, the owner needed to get some remodeling work done. He contracted out NuBilt Restoration & Construction for the job.
Project Before and After Photos
This job was a commercial building retail shop that was broken into. The glass door was broken out. We did emergency board up repair. The new custom glass with mail slot was installed about 4 days later. Also, the deadbolt was damaged so we had our locksmith repair the deadbolt quickly to not slow down the businesses everyday operations.
A significant hazard existed at this 10-story multi-family apartment complex due to pigeon infestation on the landings and stairwells, frequently trafficked by tenants. Of concern was the pigeon guano which is considered hazardous material and was becoming a serious health risk due to the potential for human exposure. NuBilt was retained by the Denver Housing Authority to install custom barricades of fabricated chain link panels and angle iron frames along with welded steel diamond mesh panels in the stairwell landings. The welded angle iron framing was finished with a powder coat paint finish on all surfaces and installed flush with the outer building wall and outer horizontal edge of the opening. The fuse bonded PVC coated chain link fabric was secured with vertical tension bars and tension straps and tapcons.
A Colorado commercial building had experienced some exterior damages. This project was assigned to NuBilt in order for the restoration of the exterior building envelope to be brought back to pre-loss condition. Stucco repair work commenced for the vertical stucco bands on all four corners of the building, as well as damaged areas on the main body of the multi-family commercial building. In addition to the utilization of a boom lift for the nine-story building there was a need to erect scaffolding where accessibility posed a problem.
NuBilt, general contractors, successfully completed the IHOP restaurant commercial remodel project at 1595 S Colorado Blvd in Denver, CO. Prior to becoming an IHOP, the original building was a Village Inn restaurant.
The front-northeast corner of the old Village Inn was completely removed and replaced with the new look of the IHOP stone tower facade. The interior, including the kitchen and bathrooms, was completely upgraded.
Construction started March 30th, and the certificate of occupancy was obtained May 19th (50 days). Training for the new IHOP employees commenced thereafter for two weeks. IHOP opened their doors for business on June 2nd, 2009.
For more pictures of the entire project, check http://www.nubilt.com/featured-projects/ihop.