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.
Voted as Bozeman’s Best Coffee and Coffeehouse four years straight, Cold Smoke Coffeehouse continues to grow and has opened its second location at Woodland Park Subdivision in 2017. Designed by Intrinsik Architecture in collaboration with owners Caleb and Laura Walker, and constructed by Walker Construction the 7,750-square-feet commercial building is located at 64 Willow Peak Drive just off of Huffine Lane. Nishkian Monks served as the Structural Engineer of Record. The new coffeehouse is predominantly a single-story structure with partial second story loft spaces utilized for offices and storage. The structure is built at a relatively level site with a concrete slab on grade ground floor. The majority of the structure is built using standard light frame wood construction with board siding at the exterior walls. Roof framing is accomplished with pre-engineered gang-nailed trusses and stick framing beam/rafter (vaulted) as required. The building net area is approximately 6,300 square feet at the ground level and 1,450 square feet at the loft level and is founded on conventional concrete strip and spread footings. Cold Smoke Coffeehouse Woodland has occupancy for 215 people and features a full bakery, kitchen, on-site roasting facility, and a warehouse. Other amenities include a conference rooms, easy drive-through and ample parking.