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    Default The Family Business

    Well, the old man, but I help out whenever I have the time...

    We do Residential and Commercial Building, we've been focusing more on commercial lately with the state of the economy in Michigan.
    Basically we turn this:


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    This commercial project started in July 2010, was completed in September and opened for business in October. It features an all new facade, with two-story atrium/entrance, interior was gutted out, and new underground everywhere. I'll upload the interior pics soon.

    Currently working on another restaurant for the same owners that should be complete soon. I will get some pics of that shortly.

    Sorry for the poor quality pics, but you get the point.

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    Let me know if you need help with hospitality fixtures or anything else for the builds. Here's a few of my more popular solutions for restaurants and bars.

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    http://roarkindustrialsolutions.indo...ospitality.pdf

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    Nice work! I'm a General Contractor myself, I mostly do residential remodeling. I can appreciate the huge amount of work you guys did there. Very quick time line you stuck too also! Nicely done!

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    Looks great.
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    That's a good turn around, I have been working on a few Restuarants and with all the inspections and permits in NYC they are taking forever. My current projects have been mostly commercial interior renovations. I am bidding on a few new construction projects now that hopefully I'll win so I can keep busy.


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    The outside looks amazing. I would have done a different color scheme, but the transformation looks incredible. Was this the same business before and after the remodeling? great job!

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    Looks phenomenal!

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    Would love to see the interior. Did you guys expand the foot print? Thanks for sharing regardless.




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    thanks dear for share these links. really nice post...

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    Looks nice. Good work.

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