Sidewinders American GrillAug 30 2017 · 0 comments · Commercial, NISHKIAN MONKS ·0
The building boom sweeping Bozeman is hard to miss, between giant holes in the ground and construction crews closing down streets, there is a lot of development on all fronts. Early this summer a new restaurant called Sidewinders American Grill opened on the west side of town. The building features 8,000 square feet of space with a large bar and rooftop seating. Thomas Bitnar Architects has designed the restaurant building collaborating with general contractor Langlas & Associates, and structural engineers Nishkian Monks.
The structure was built at a level site. Above grade, the exterior and interior walls are of light-framed metal stud construction with thin set brick veneer at the exterior walls. The roof framing was accomplished with pre-engineered gang-nailed trusses by Simkins-Hallin, Inc. of Bozeman. The building includes a partial basement, upper level deck, kitchen and restaurant area, and is founded on conventional concrete strip and spread footings with a slab-on-grade at the ground level.
The Sidewinders building is the first commercial structure to be completed at Ferguson Farm, a 19-acre, B2 Zone development on the north side of Huffine Lane between Cottonwood Road and Ferguson Avenue. Developed by Delaney & Company, the new neighborhood commercial center will include restaurants, a bank, coffee shops, retail, professional offices and lodging.
For more information about Sidewinders, visit http://sidewinderstavern.com/home/.
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