Giving a physical structure a makeover is a hefty undertaking. A restaurant renovation entails a mass of plans, dates, and money. Therefore, a talented well-educated designer is needed. What is the designer cost?
A restaurant renovation has to be carefully thought out and methodically undertook. A restaurant renovation is based on the brand. The designer putting ideas and must-haves together has to know the brand inside and out to produce the wanted product. The design process can take a few pressing weeks to a year to complete.
AARONALLEN & Associates offers insight on renovating a restaurant with a design consultant that offers quality, not a cheap price. Restaurants are normally built to cost $85 to $300 per square foot.
…a 3,000 square foot restaurant can cost, on average, anywhere from $250,000 to $1,000,000 to build from the ground up. Using Allen’s 10% rule, design costs would take up $25,000 to $100,000 of total planned expenditures.
Keep in mind the renovation of a successful eating establishment depends a lot on equipment. If new equipment is needed, expect to pay $30,000 to $100,000. Assume the price of a walk-in freezer to be $10,000 to $30,000. Expect an exhaust fan to run $15,000 to $50,000. For other price tips, the article Average Cost of Restaurant Renovation. Restaurant.org offers a few more ideas to keep in mind for renovation success in the article Restaurant Remodeling: Arm Yourself for the Battle of the Budget.
With the amount of work and the excessive plans, an interior designer is an investment within an investment. Making sure they are well qualified and discerning will ensure a fabulous finished product.
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