After a structure fire destroyed the Captain’s Table, a longtime Quad-City area restaurant located alongside the bank of the Mississippi River, Bush Construction worked with the owners to rebuild the 6,000 square feet restaurant and 2,000 square feet patio.
The project consisted of:
- Reworking the sites and stabilizing the soils of the new building’s footprint.
- Pouring and stripping new concrete parking lots.
- Installing concrete ramps and pouring stairs that lead into the building.
- Installing a small deck for the entrance to the kitchen and a riverfront patio/deck for outdoor dining, built using large glulam beams and composite deck boards.
Bush Construction also installed two complex door systems called Win-Dor folding doors. These door systems lead to the large dining patio. On the exterior of the building, we installed fiber cement siding, metal fascia, metal soffit, a flat TPO roof, and a shingled roof. The indoor dining areas consist of LVT floors, painted walls, and painted wood siding and exposed ceilings with painted duct.
The main entry has a storefront vestibule/waiting area with a custom hostess stand. The bar also includes custom waiter stations, bar top, and shelving for behind the bar. To complete the bar area, Bush Construction installed painted wood siding and cedar wood ceilings.
Lastly, the state-of-the-art commercial kitchen includes a keg cooler and a large cooler for food storage with a freezer on the inside as well. The finishes include FRP walls, acoustical ceiling tiles on the ceiling, and Protect All flooring. The kitchen also includes a massive 35-foot vent hood hanging above the cooking area.