Cassariano Restaurant Renovation
This 1920’s historical site is comprised of 12,000 SF (2,000 SF commercial space and 6,000 SF 2nd floor living space). The scope included replacing the entire sanitary plumbing from cast iron to PVC involving all underground feed in-wall stacks and tie-in’s to the 2nd floor apartments. To keep the restaurant fully operational, exterior work required two 1,200-gallon grease traps, and a new sanitary tap into the City right-of-way. Given the building’s multi-functionality, domestic water was up-sized and required a new tap to handle the additional volume. The existing backflow meter was relocated, taping a new service making sure the 2nd floor tenants always had water service.
Existing conditions required extensive attention to historic construction, which was addressed with the design team and owner during the initial demolition phase. Excessive rot in the overhead sanitary sewer to the apartments was identified and immediately addressed. In addition, unstable foundation sugar sand was found requiring helical piers to support the structure during the grease trap installation. Extensive cracking in masonry walls forced the relocation of door and window openings.
POSITION HELD WITH PREVIOUS FIRM
Andy Stultz/Project Executive
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Atlas Building Company
201 Fletcher Ave., STE. 120
Sarasota, FL 34237