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Revolutions Bowling, Bar and Grill

Revolutions Bowling Bar and Grill

477 South Rosemary Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida

Project Type

Hospitality
Restaurant
Entertainment
Retail
Recreation

Project Size

35,000 SF
1 Story

Client Contact

Frank Entertainment
Bruce Frank

Architect

ADW Architects
Bob Lauer

Project Role

Construction Manager at Risk

Project Details

Winner of ABC’s quality workmanship award, this $4 million, 35,000 sq. ft. entertainment venue features a stadium seating sports amphitheater and lounge, 20 bowling lanes, video arcade, pool hall and full service restaurant with 2,000 sq. ft. commercial kitchen supporting indoor and outdoor dining. Its unique design includes polished concrete floors, carpet tiles, exposed ceilings with spiral ductwork, intricate soffit designed, Okite bar with backlit onyx countertops and state-of-the-art sound and low voltage Lutron lighting systems.

Work entailed demolishing 12 existing retail stores and rebuilding all exterior in interior spaces. Structural steel headers, impact glass storefront, split based brick in a Nano Wall system were added to the exterior. A 40 ton chilled water system with new air handlers and 600 amp electrical services were installed. Builtup poured in place decking with foam insulation was constructed for the lanes. Isolated and suspended acoustical hangers were added. Tie-in of new sanitary, electrical and floor drain systems also necessitated night work. Craft’s team coordinated AV, sound, lighting and lane installation with outside vendors.

As construction manager, Craft worked through a 5 month preconstruction period, coordinated owner and long lead procurement items, and then completed all work in budget and on time in just 10 months. Building along the first level of City Place in downtown West Palm Beach required careful planning and coordination with adjacent tenants, on-site management, subcontractors and city officials.

”We used Craft Construction on multiple projects. They’re responsive, proactive with the approach, and never leave a stone unturned during preconstruction. They utilize quality subcontractors that share their vision and the results are always positive.”