The ‘Boro Fun Center

Every town needs a place to hang out, eat, and play games; a place for birthday parties and family fun and good times. Not every town has one, of course, but thanks to this business owner, Murfreesboro, Arkansas does now. We had the privilege of helping to transform her building and making The Boro Fun Center a reality.

Starting with the exterior, we removed the rotten wood siding and replaced it with Smartside® siding:

We removed the old shingle roof and replaced it with galvalume Metal Max® metal:

Time to get inside this building. There was a lot of demolition work to be done before we could get started on creating the new look, including removing paneling from the walls, tearing out most of the interior walls, removing all the old lighting and electrical, and more:

The ceiling was sagging in some places, so we repaired the ceiling structure by adding some beams and joists:

Once all the demo was out of the way, we framed in new interior walls:

We cleaned the interior brick walls:

We installed drywall on the rest of the interior walls, then finished and painted all the drywall:

We framed out the openings in the brick walls and installed plexiglass in the window openings:

On some of the floors we installed Brandon Company® carpet squares, while for other floors we used VCT tile in the pomegranate color:

We installed new exterior doors and new Masonite® interior doors throughout the building:

We installed matte black corrugated metal on most of the ceilings, but on the largest room got a black plastic ceiling:

We built custom cabinets and countertops:

Annnd a quick glimpse of the finished rooms:

Looks like fun, doesn’t it? Wanna go this weekend? I hear they’ve got great pizza!

Office Remodel

We remodeled the office at Southern LP Gas in Nashville, AR. We replaced the ceiling tile, installing USG grid ceiling tile:IMG_20160726_105615331Here the old floor is removed, but the new hasn’t been installed yet:IMG_20160726_105619418

The counter through its progress:IMG_20160723_164638356Here you can see the Armstrong® VCT tile floor is installed:Photo Aug 02, 8 24 51 AMPhoto Aug 02, 8 24 42 AM

Photo Aug 02, 9 32 08 AM (1)Photo Aug 02, 10 37 11 AMThe finished counter:Photo Aug 02, 3 27 01 PMWe used Wilsonart® Formica for the countertop:Photo Aug 02, 3 26 53 PM (1)