Can you have it done by the Fourth of July? My good friend and former coworker of mine asked me that question the first week of May. He no longer works with us because he wanted to work on his family’s farm. Since his family’s farming business is expanding, they needed a large pack-house and cooler for their orchard operations. We had talked about building a pack-house and cooler several years before, but there was either no time or no money. Now they had both and were ready to move.
The Peoples Kitchen
The owners of this highly rated Bethlehem restaurant wanted to remodel the inside of their restaurant. The old dropped ceiling leaked cold air in the winter, had no fireproofing for the 2nd floor and was loud. We installed a new ceiling system with sound absorbing, fireproof insulation under a layer of fire-rated plywood. We covered it all with a real metal Tin ceiling. New lighting, and sound system finished off the project.
The Butztown Hotel was built in 1806, and after it was purchased in 2000, we converted this old stagecoach stop into a modern bar and restaurant named the Keystone Pub. On the outside we constructed modern parking lots, installed new roof, siding, and a handicap ramp. Inside we installed walk-in coolers, beer tap systems, and a commercial kitchen.
The Old Library Bookshop
The owners of this Bethlehem bookstore wanted to a new facade. Thanks to some old pictures, we made it look more like the original building. We removed the fake stone and porch, then added a picture window, new doors, and a colorful awning.