Jupiter BowlSubmitted by R&O Construction
Walk in the front door of Park City, Utah’s Jupiter Bowl and on the right you’re greeted by original artwork from local painters; on the left, there’s a window into the kitchen run by four-star restaurant veteran chef Jason Brumm.
Partner Tony Thomas wants to have the best of everything—not just lanes. At the center of the lanes, and near the billiards and arcade, sits the Black Diamond Bar. Modeled after those the partners found in Las Vegas and other popular tourist spots, the Black Diamond is intended to provide a nightclub experience rivaling that of any establishment in the county.
The 22,337-sq-ft bowling alley was constructed of steel framing with EIFS and masonry veneer and features a total of 16-luxury bowling lanes, fine-dining restaurants, an arcade and facilities for private functions, with video-wall technology.
Park City, Utah$3.3 million
Owner: Territory Inc.
Contractor: R&O Construction
Architect: CLC Associates Inc.
Engineers: CLC Associates Inc., BHB Consulting Engineers, TW Engineering Associates
Among the Subcontractors: McNeil Group, Montgomery Excavation, Consolidating Engineering Services, Landscape Specialties Inc., RG Concrete, Farwest Reinforcing Division, Western States Rebar, Mitchell Acoustics
Start: April 2009 Finish: Nov. 2009
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