Montana Provisions Building Renovation ProjectOct 17 2018 · 0 comments · Adaptive reuse, NISHKIAN MONKS, Renovation ·0
What used to be a full-service auto shop which has seen many uses and occupants over time– including an electrical supply business–obscuring the building’s character is now a newly renovated delicatessen market and eatery building at 326 East Mendenhall Street in Bozeman, Montana. This adaptive reuse project transformed the longstanding building at the corner of Mendenhall Street and Rouse Avenue into Montana Provisions Deli Market and Eatery which opened its doors early this year. The renovation work included adding openings to existing masonry walls, a new canopy, and additional roof-top equipment that required a retrofit to the wooden roof joist and beam framing.
The opening of Montana Provisions has created a sense of excitement in downtown Bozeman. Its delicatessen market department offers charcuterie, cheese and fresh seafood flown in daily while the 40-seat eatery serves soups, hot and cold sandwiches, salads, charcuterie, draft beer and wine. Montana Provisions has outdoor seating on the patio area, ample parking, winter food truck, catering services, and an online “Meat of the Month” club.
Owners Travis Byerly of Montana Fish Co., local chef and restaurateur Eric Stenberg and Gregg Harris, founder of Artisan Charcuterie collaborated with Intrinsik Architecture and Nishkian Monks to repurpose the interior spaces and transform the outdated auto shop into a modern deli market and eatery. The general contractor is Shearman Construction.
As with any existing building renovation, open communication and strong collaboration is essential for a successful project. Nishkian Monks and the rest of the design team worked closely with the City of Bozeman to develop the building program and to update the design. If you would like to learn more about our building renovation, retrofit, and adaptive reuse projects, visit our Portfolio page. To learn more about Montana Provisions, click here.