Vince Young Steakhouse
In 2003 Pinnacle Construction built MTV's "Real World" house at 301 San Jacinto in downtown Austin, TX. In 2005, the space was gutted by the construction company, renovated, and became Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant. Revamped once again in 2010, Vince Young Steakhouse was created. This 10,000 s/f commercial property and Pinnacle Construction have a long and successful relationship together.
5th and Colorado
Located at the corner of 5th and Colorado, this space was originally three separate lease units and an eyesore to the Austin Warehouse district. The corner facade renovation was completed by Pinnacle Construction simultaneously with the interior finish out for a restaurant, Kenichi; transforming the corner from a rundown area to one of Austin's most popular new places. Received the "Excellence in Construction Award" from Associated Builders & Contractors.
Hat Creek Burger Co.
The interior of the building at a busy corner in Westlake, a community west of Austin, was completely demolished and footage added. Pinnacle Construction converted an existing barn shell into a colorful hamburger spot, Hat Creek Burger Co. The site work portion of this project was extensive, including multiple grade changes in a limited area and squeezing in a drive thru lane. No space was wasted while preserving the natural landscape. Construction was completed in 90 days.
A complete exterior and interior renovation describes Pinnacle Construction's work on the historic Kreisle Building in downtown Austin, TX. The original 1870's brick was exposed by a water blast process, the brick repainted, leaded glass windows restored and the storefront system rebuilt to replicate the original. Wood flooring throughout the building was replaced, repainted and sealed, with high grade wood, lighting and finishes incorporated throughout. The construction project was specified for 5,000 s/f of bar space and 3,000 s/f of tenant use on the first floor. An 8,000 s/f film center on the second floor included the installation of sound proof viewing and editing rooms. Approximately 2,500 s/f of the existing roof was removed and rebuilt for a rooftop deck/bar. Here, four foot trusses free spanning over 40', a new roof deck and waterproofing were constructed and installed.
Completed in a fast 21 days, the renovation of an Austin original offered an exciting new feel for its loyal customers. The addition of a 1,400 s/f by Pinnacle Construction, a new bar, storage and a complete overhaul of the interior helped to give the Alamo Drafthouse a new look without compromising its original Austin charm.
Lupe Tortilla Westlake
Remodel of existing restaurant including interior "gut", new bar, entry, added patio with overhead doors for indoor/outdoor seating. Finish includes combination of wood, tile, stone and stucco.