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Snyder building constructiona commercial general contractor providing tenant improvement, commercial upgrade and restaurant/retail construction services, is delighted to announce the completion of the new Teriyaki madness location in Broomfield. Specializing in “huge” Japanese-style teriyaki bowls made with fresh, whole ingredients, this fast-paced, casual 1,300-square-foot dining experience took over an existing building, which needed a full gut and renovation to complete. the tenant’s finish. Snyder completed the demolition of the existing interior space and completed a build to franchise specifications.

The scope included efficiency upgrades like new rooftop units, new electrical service with LED lighting, new kitchen equipment, and tankless water heaters. The selection of tankless water heaters is an atypical specification for the restaurant industry and helped meet the unique space constraints as well as efficiency goals of the project.

Current supply chain issues have been a challenge throughout the project. Important equipment, including the exhaust hood for the grill, was delivered weeks late. However, Snyder worked closely with the City of Broomfield, the client, and subcontractors to complete the project in an efficient time frame.

The project was designed by the national architecture firm CSHQA. Based in Idaho with an office in Colorado, CSHQA specializes in multiple markets, including retail. Their approach works closely with the brand to create an experience that also meets company standards, as they did with Teriyaki Madness.

“We recently completed our first Teriyaki Madness project with Snyder Building Construction, and it was an awesome experience. We value the relationships we were able to build throughout the process, and the expertise that Snyder Building brought to the table was invaluable. Despite the challenges of current supply chain issues, Snyder Building worked effectively with our team and the city to bring our project to fruition. We look forward to working with them again in the future,” said franchise owner Mark Friese.