The project was the renovation of a McDonald’s franchise which included a new McCafé. The restaurant was located on the corner of two major arterial roads.
ASF worked closely with project partners Roxby Architects, builders KMC and building designer Steve Hindley & Associates.
To rejuvenate the restaurant by creating a modern and sophisticated ambience that can also accommodate the high customer traffic expected of a 24 hour fast-food business located alongside a major arterial roadway.
To incorporate the new McCafé offering into the renovation.
ASF’s time and project management skills were put to the test because the job had to be done with minimal disruption to the business as the busy restaurant remained fully operational throughout the renovations.
To deliver quality despite the constraints.
Working with the franchisee, ASF was able to come up with a feasible project schedule which suited the customer’s operational needs while enabling ASF to maintain its record of on-time delivery for over 50 years.
To lift the ambience of the restaurant, a warm red arch was built over the main entrance and carried inwards to the black and white chiaroscuro theme of the restaurant’s interior decor, which featured rows of chic looking stools.
A range of Laminex products were used to ensure that the decor would stand the test of time. Six different laminates provide resistance for the columns, seating, feature wall and bin units while moisture resistant MDF was used for the banquet seating and graphic panels.