When Hurricane Harvey swept through the southern portion of Texas in late summer/early fall of 2017, the Fuddruckers in Kingwood, along with many other restaurants and businesses, flooded. There was four feet of water inside this Fuddruckers location. The entire inside of the restaurant had to be demoed and remodeled.
Once the demo was completed, Jay H Fixtures came in to GC the project. All new flooring needed to be installed. All walls needed new drywall and paint, and new half walls needed to be constructed. A new storefront, new windows and all new interior doors were installed. Plumbing and electrical work was done to get the building up to existing code. Basically, the entire space received a quality facelift.
Globe lights and freshly painted ceiling
Veridian reclaimed wood wall in dining room
Half wall with corian cap and thin brick veneer
While most of the work done was to simply get the restaurant back to its pre-flood state—meaning no major structural changes were done—the newly remodeled Fuddruckers mirrored the company’s current fresh, clean brand standards.
One of our favorite features is the reclaimed wood wall, separating the game room from the main dining room. Another is the beverage station walls with their sleek, black subway-style tile pattern. Yet, this look was achieved with FRP, not tile.
Fur down over booth and new windows
Subway tile-style FRP behind new Coca-Cola freestyle drink machines
Wood trim around booth seating area