Being an IT firm first and foremost REALLY helps! We just happen to specialize in restaurants. We support clients nationwide in a variety of applications.www.thelogixgroup.com is the company website, check it out and see if anything appeals to you.
A couple of ways that you could go
. Brian Stubstad served as the Director of Design for PF Changs ( including Pei Wei's and Tanecko) and I believe that he is currently consulting/freelancing. Brian is extremely creative and has won multiple awards for his work both with Changs and before. If your looking for more of a full service design/architectural firm, you might want to consider Aria Group Archirects (ariainc.com). Brian could hook up with architectural firms as well, so I suppose it just comes down to who you mesh with.
I did the Kona Grill at Cherry Hill, as well as a couple of PF Changs and California Pizza Kitchens in the area, so when you're ready, I might be able to help you with subs and or suppliers.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi j And Welcome, I too am in Denver and work for an IT firm that installs turn key business solutions for the restaurant and hospitality industry. We had a lot to do with LimeLight Supperclub at the preforming arts center. Leave me some info, and I can make some introductions for you. Our Office is in Greenwood Village so drop me an e-mail.Scottie@thelogixgroup.com. I'll be in the office on Mon.
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