A red brick single-storey cavity wall warehouse circa 1980s extended and converted into a restaurant in 2014, with an additional roof structure and cladding. Now boasting a main Customer Seating area in an open-plan format with built-in seating booths and VIP sections. The high specification interior features marble-effect tiling, split-face tiling around water features, air conditioning or comfort cooling, audio equipment, specialist feature lighting, and ceiling-mounted TVs. The restaurant had a unique semi-external design with a narrow open-air section allowing the free flow of smoke to the outside very similar to passive air ventilation in an underground car park.
We assessed all of these unique features in line with the building’s location on an industrial estate in a Birmingham suburb and produced a lean but accurate insurance declared value for the client, whose insurance broker was naturally viewing such a building with a lot of scrutiny due to its permissible smoking policy.Contact Us