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    Restaurant Construction | Buckhorn BBQ | Vacaville, CA - April 17, 2015 by admin

    Buckhorn BBQ Fills A Gap In The Vacaville Area With This Newest Restaurant At Nut Tree As an experienced restaurant construction general contractor, Hilbers Inc. was thechoice for Buckhorn Restaurants to use us to construct their latest endeavor. Having worked with them on the downtown Sacramento Buckhorn Grill and the Galleria Mall restaurant, we were the natural choice to bring the Buckhorn Tri-tip to the venerable Nut Tree site. Buckhorn Grillis [] Corner Bakery Now Serving In Natomas, Built By Restaurant Construction Contractors, Hilbers Inc. Attended by Mike Hislop, CEO of Corner Bakery Cafe and Angelique Ashby; Mayor Pro Tem of Sacramento, the owners of this newest franchise; Sunny and Harsh Ghai conducted the ribbon cutting ceremony with the Natomas Chamber or Commerce. Hilbers Inc. Wraps Up A 2fer.Panda Express in Rocklin and Elk Grove Restaurant construction contractor Hilbers Inc. finished up this TI for Panda Express in Rocklin recently. This and the one in Elk Grove (Hilbers built the structure and TI on that one) continues our relationship with Panda, having built numerous restaurants for them. Steel Is Stretching To The Sky In North Yuba City..Twin Rivers Charter School The steel is going up on this great new facility for Twin Rivers Charter School. A very successful charter school, currently leasing space from a church in mid-town will have its own facility in a few short months. Working together..Hilbers Inc. and SwiftLee Office Attend 2015 Annual Charter School Conference Jerry Handy of Hilbers Inc. and Gloria Lee from SwiftLee Office are currently showing our work at the 22nd annual Charter School Conference in Sacramento. We worked hand in hand with a San Jose project, Rocketship School. Part of the Fuerza Community schools. Two New Retail Construction Projects.Side by Side in Van Nuys As part of this retail construction project, putting up an extensive new facade on these two retail spaces was completed along with major interior reworking. An Old Navy Outlet, and a GAP have new homes in The Plant center in Van Nuys, CA. Mark Heaphy ran this pair of jobs. Sales are strong, and business []

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    Long awaited restaurant evicted from Savannah Mall - April 9, 2015 by admin

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    SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) Outside on the construction wall of a long-awaited Savannah Mallrestaurant is a bright red note that finally reveals its fate.

    Toby Keiths I Love This Bar and Grill, a restaurant that has been in limbo for over a year, will not be opening its doors at all.

    The eviction notice, posted on Tuesday by the Chatham County Sheriffs Office, serves as a final warning for the companies in charge of bringing the famous country bar to the city.

    Those companies, CRGE Savannah LLC and Boomtown Entertainment LLC are now being asked to vacate the premises.

    Its the final chapter in a story that includes legal disputes over work not completed and is the second major attraction in the mall to vacate in the last two months.

    Pole Position Raceway also settled out of court with Virginia College over noise disputes that forced the go-kart track to close just two months after opening.

    The restaurant chain itself is no stranger to legal disputes, however.

    Reports of rent and other disputes plagued locations in California, Virginia, Idaho, Arizona and Ohio.

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    Campus Pizza closes its doors after 56 years - April 9, 2015 by admin

    Campus Pizza and Pasta, a former Stadium Village staple, drew students and alumni to its vaunted brick-and-mortar storefront throughout its 56-year history.

    But last month, the business that hosted events ranging from open-mic comedy nights to game day celebrations closed its doors for the last time.

    Owners of the family-run business said one of the reasons it shut down was because it saw a decrease in foot traffic and sales for a year because of construction on the Green Line light rail.

    Its the sad end of a chapter, said Jim Rosvold, co-owner and manager during the restaurants later life.

    The effects of the light rail construction dug the restaurant into a financial hole that it couldnt recover from, he said.

    The restaurant opened in Stadium

    Village in 1959, and about three decades later, the Rosvold family bought it.

    The business moved in 2009 from its original location to its final space a larger one across the street, where Rosvold said it thrived with a larger pizza oven and full bar.

    But when light-rail construction picked up around the University in 2012, business slowed, and the restaurant never recovered, he said. The business unsuccessfully filed for bankruptcy last summer.

    The light rail took off all the parking on Washington, and that killed a lot of that traffic, Rosvold said. We used to have a lot of people come in from the suburbs.

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    New restaurant on Center Street, Southington could be farm-to-table gastropub - April 8, 2015 by admin

    SOUTHINGTON A new restaurant is under construction on Center Street although theres no official word from the building owner as to what it might be.

    Contractors have been working for about a year on the interior of the first floor of 142 Center Street according to Paula Pierson, owner of Paul Gregorys next door. Shed heard from contractors who often stop by for breakfast and lunch that the new restaurant will be an upscale farm-to-table eatery.

    The space is currently mostly unfinished. The restaurant includes a brick fireplace and walls which are complete have rough-hewn wood and other rustic features.

    Pierson said she welcomes more businesses in the area.

    Were hoping they open soon, she said.

    Mainley Seafood was in 142 Center St. and closed in Oct. 2012.

    According to the town building department, property owner Simone Delbuono received a permit to work on the foundation and building shell in March 2014. He then got a permit to build a restaurant or new addition in October of last year.

    In 2013, DelBuono said an Irish pub was planned for the space.

    Late last year an Asian fusion restaurant called Wild Orchid opened in another of DelBuonos properties on 56 Center St.

    Lou Perillo, the towns economic development coordinator, said he was pleased to see another restaurant replace Mainley Seafood. The location is close to Ideal Forging where the Greenway Commons housing and retail complex is planned. Demolition is underway to clear the Ideal Forging buildings.

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    Worker dies in soil collapse at NYC construction site - April 8, 2015 by admin

    A hard hat was killed Monday afternoon when he became trapped in a dirt hole on a construction site at what used to be Pastis restaurant in the Meatpacking District, cops said.

    The 22-year-old man was working at 9-19 9th Avenue at about 12:15 p.m. when unstable soil gave way around him and he became stuck inside a hole, law enforcement sources said.

    Emergency workers responding to the scene discovered the man unconscious and unresponsive, cops said.

    He was rushed to Lenox Hill Hospital where he later died from his injuries, according to police.

    The medical examiner will determine the cause of death and police are investigating.

    A stop work order was temporarily put in place at the site due to unsafe conditions, according to the Department of Buildings website.

    Soil collapse has occurred, causing worker fatality, the complaint read.

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    Friends Of The Parks Claim City Uses "Parks As Construction Sites" - April 8, 2015 by admin

    Friends of the Parks has added the new restaurant at Maggie Daley Park to the growing list of public parks projects the group has a problem with.

    The advocacy group's president Cassandra Francis accused the Emanuel administration of "[looking] at parks as construction sites," in a statement Monday. Francis was particularly critical of the Park District's deal with Four Corners Tavern Group to build a restaurant in Maggie Daley Park, as well as unrelated plans to put a high-rise development at Pritzker Park at 310 S. State St., according to DNAinfo. The pocket park, across from Harold Washington Library, is the only park in the Loop.

    The restaurant, dubbed Maggie's at the Park, could cost more than $1 million dollars to construct and would likely require the Monroe Street side of the recently-opened, lakefront park to experience several more months of construction.

    Friends of the Parks have also staunchly opposed plans to use public land for Chicago's bid for the Obama Presidential Library and it is suing the city over the lakefront location of the proposed Lucas Museum.

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    Video: Cracker Barrel Coming to Columbus - April 5, 2015 by admin

    COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) The third major restaurant chain in 18 months announces plans to come to Columbus. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store is finalizing plans for construction by next year on a 8,900-square-foot restaurant on 18th Avenue North across from Logans Restaurant. The restaurant will be visible from busy Highway 82 at the 18th Avenue exit. The restaurant will join nearby Chik-fil-a and Logans as well as a hotel complex across the street. Longhorn Steakhouse joins those two in opening in the last 18 months. Krispy Kreme also joins the group. Cracker Barrel representatives already have begun working with the state Department of transportation on access plans from 18th Avenue. The chain has 600 restaurants in 42 states and the Columbus outlet will be one of the few not on an actual interstate. The company looked a coming to Columbus more than a decade ago but the deal fell through.

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    Suite science – Sun, 05 Apr 2015 PST - April 5, 2015 by admin

    Ruby Suites, an upscale serviced residence and restaurant project that blossomed from the former Burgans Furniture buildings three blocks north of the Division Street bridge, is scheduled to open later thismonth.

    The one-bedroom apartments 30 finished, plus another 16 under construction are intended primarily for long-term business travelers. Amenities include linen, laundries and furnished kitchens. Tenants will have access to a fitness center, conference room and rooftopdeck.

    Rates depend on length of stay, but will be less expensive than standard hotels, and include weeklyhousekeeping.

    Two restaurants Carusos sandwich and pizza and possibly a Mexican grill

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    Jared Mauer opens the drapes on a new guest room at the Ruby Suites Hotel inside the old Burgans Furniture building on Division Street on March12. (Full-size photo)

    Business started: 1995

    Specialty: commercialremodels

    Crew on Ruby Suites: 10 employees; 30subs

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    Pizza restaurant coming to Cairo - April 5, 2015 by admin

    CAIRO A new development is coming to Cairo from a familiar Southern Illinois businessman.

    Jerry Westlund, owner of several Southern Illinois properties, including The Pony and Social House in Carbondale, has entered into a contract with the city of Cairo to receive tax increment financial funds to develop Pit Stop Pizza within city limits.

    The resolution passed by the Cairo City Council March 24 states Westlund is eligible to receive up to $44,000 in reimbursement funds. The payment is for existing building renovation and site preparation costs.

    Westlund said Pit Stop Pizza will be a pizza and sub restaurant, similar to an establishment with the same name in East Cape Girardeau, across from a business owned by Westland called The Pony.

    He said he is redeveloping a modular building in Cairo and will probably invest more than $100,000 in site preparations, a parking lot and lights for the restaurant.

    I think this will be something Cairo can be proud of, he said. I think there is a lack of quality development going on down there and hopefully we will be a part of a rebound. I think the folks down there are being under-served right now.

    Westlund said he will be using local labor for the construction and hopes to have the restaurant open by June 1.

    In addition to the businesses in East Cape Girardeau, Westlund owns The Pony, the Newell Building and the building inhabited by Social House in Carbondale on East Main Street. The Pony in East Cape Girardeau is an adult entertainment establishment. The Pony and Social House in Carbondale are considered liquor establishments.

    He said he had two tenants wanting to move into the vacant areas of the Newell building, but one backed off after resistance from the city about the legality of the business. The second tenant is still looking to have a video gaming establishment.

    Westlund said the restaurant in Cairo is a restaurant that could serve beer and wine, but that would be up to the tenant.

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    Pizza Plant construction gets going at Canalside - April 4, 2015 by admin

    Construction on the new Pizza Plant restaurant at Canalside is getting underway, as the owners of the popular Amherst eatery hope to open their newest location, in downtown Buffalo, by late summer, if not sooner.

    Owners Robert and Dan Syracuse are putting in a 140-seat, full-service restaurant on the north end of the One Canalside building at 125 Washington St. Thats on the edge of the waterfront development, next to the Niagara Thruway, and near the historically-aligned canals and HarborCenter.

    The eight-story building is home to a Courtyard by Marriott hotel on the first four floors and the headquarters of law firm Phillips Lytle LLP on the top four floors. Pizza Plant will be on the first floor near the hotel lobby. Theres also a single short-term executive apartment that was carved out of the northeast corner in order to qualify for a state tax credit for redevelopment of vacant old commercial buildings into mixed-use projects with residential space.

    Crews have been performing preliminary work for the last couple of weeks, getting the 4,100-square-foot restaurant space ready in preparation for the start of real construction. The shape of the restaurant is already laid out, piping has been installed, and the walls will start going up in the coming days. The restaurant will have a double-door entrance directly from the Main Street side of the building, and a door from the enclosed corridor that rings the building.

    Robert Syracuse said he and his brother are tentatively targeting a late summer completion, although they hope to be ready sooner in order to benefit from the summer season at Canalside. The restaurant, which began in 1980 and has one other location at 7770 Transit Road in Amherst, will feature a full menu and liquor license, including its vegan and gluten-free items. But it will also evolve as we go along to accommodate downtown, Syracuse said.

    Our reputation is on the line. We want to make sure our staff is up to snuff, he said.

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