Restaurant with full kitchen and walk-ins. Two wood-burning pizza ovens and interior completion of the existing shells. Includes an interior live olive tree feature.
Franchise chocolate shop located in Celebration Pointe. Full interior building out including all MEP systems. Custom hood and fudge kettle to introduce chocolate odors to the exterior.
Interior remodel of existing space. Reuse of mechanical system and restrooms. Additional plumbing for ice cream and coffee stations. Feature vertically run wood flooring over columns to achieve a unique image.
In 2013, a 1,000 SF build out was created for a cupcake store. The work included new ADA bathroom, kitchen, and storage for prep of cupcakes, sales and seating area for patrons.
First built to house the City of Gainesville’s horses for the Fire and Police Station, the carriage house has been around since the early 1900’s. With Campton brick walls and elaborate wood beams the structure has withstood the test of time. In early 2014 Joyner Construction began renovations that saw them completely remove the dated interior, while maintaining the shell. The building was fully retrofitted to house an indoor smoker, new plumbing, electricity, and HVAC systems. The finished product has preserved a piece of Gainesville history while providing a new home to a Homestyle BBQ Restaurant.