Timeline for Restaurant Construction

Author: James Adkins
Restaurant Construction

Timeline for Restaurant Construction

So you’ve decided you want to build a restaurant. Whether this is a local endeavor spurred by the changing tides that are allowing restaurant owners to look on the bright side again after a long winter of pandemic closes and limited customers or just another chain looking to provide their food to a new location, the big question is: how long is this going to take?

There are a few factors that go into a timeline for restaurant construction. First and foremost, construction is not limited just to the time spent putting the frame together and actually building the thing itself. There are several phases to the construction process.

Pre-construction Design

During the pre-construction phase, there is a lot of brainstorming and discussing ideas for your restaurant design, but New Foundations are poured and nothing is set in stone. During this phase, you will work with your building company to find the best way to express what you want to with your building. Your restaurant construction should keep in mind not only the aesthetic designs of what you want to portray with your restaurant, but also functionality and convenience for the customer. For example, if you are a local diner looking to encourage customers to visit for study sessions in a college town, you will want to ensure that there are many seating opportunities for both large groups and individuals throughout the diner. Some restaurants have even found success with individual rooms that students can rent out to study, which adds an additional opportunity for revenue. Regardless, your construction should keep in mind your employees efficiency and your customer safety above all. Post-pandemic health guidelines such as antimicrobial finishes on countertops and consistently placed hand sanitizer dispensers can factor into the design as well.


Here is where you will need experts on the ground who are making your vision from the pre-construction design a reality. A quality building company with experience in commercial and restaurant construction will be able to see your plan and your vision and execute it to perfection. Make sure to look at their credentials so you choose a reliable company, like Adkins.

Post construction inspections

A good building company will provide you with as much information as possible about their process and your finished building. They will show you the strength of the building and how to utilize their design properly, as well as the helpful safeguards they put in place to make sure that the building lasts. If you choose a strong building company like Adkins, you can be sure that your restaurant construction will be a recipe for success.

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James Adkins

22 years in commercial, industrial, and residential construction roles solving a broad array of building, construction and real time application challenges.

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