Commercial Design

Scope of work: Permit | Labor | Material
Project Type: Kitchen
Project Costs: $ 52,200 – $ 57,700
Compl. Date: 03/13/2023
Completion time: 96 days


Commercial Design Is A Design Process Carried Out By An Architect Or A Building Designer With Expertise In The Infrastructure Of Buildings That Are Made Specifically For Businesses While Observing The Rules And Legislation Outlined By The Building Code Of California, Californian Standards And Local Authority Requirements

Chris is the pizza shop owner; it was challenging to run a business during a pandemic for the past 2years. So he decided to make a little bit change of to his Pizza shop. That’s the time he came to Cecilia’s home for advice.

 During the first free consultation phone call with Mason, Chris described what the pizza shop looks like at present and how he wanted the changes. He tried to remove a wall and make sure everything was able to meet the Accessibility Standards. Mason noted all the requirements and gave him the estimated price of each charge during the phone call.

About two days later, After comparing with three different companies, Chris came back with us and decided to do this project with us.

After signing the contract, we started our work right away; our professional onsite visiting expert went to his pizza shop for the more accurate data and drawings. Once we got all the data, our team began to work on the pictures. Chris wanted to expand more space in his shop and do a little bit of change in the kitchen area to make it a see-through kitchen for the customers.

Luckily, our team could able to meet his expectation in around 20days. He was OK with the first draft drawings; he just wanted to add more tables; after one zoom meeting with our team, we helped him make it happen, more space for customers intelligent storage solution to save the space for customers.

We helped him with the permit assistant; it was a long waiting journey to wait for the city’s comment back. Luckily, we can still get the city’s permit and meet the deadline.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the gazillion food choices, the variety of cuisines and options available and didn’t know what to choose? Of course not! This is probably because you decide your cuisine much before you walk into a restaurant and leave the preparation to the chef in charge When doing up your home design, it is best to discuss details with the interior designer who will better assess the nitty gritties for your home. Meet your designer with an open mind and a raw slate. Don’t restrict your ideas and concepts to a box. Allow yourself to explore and push boundaries. Share your likes and dislikes, visual aesthetics and expectations, and make all this a part of your interior design consultation questionnaire. The more expressive you are, the more you help your designer weave a better aesthetic tailored to your likings.

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