Fileturn delivered several fit-outs and updates for the popular Japanese noodle restaurant chain.
The restaurant was fitted out in the basement of a building. Access for any construction project in the area is problematic due to its busy urban population and as the work took place underground very close to both the River Fleet and a London Underground station. Fileturn worked closely with Westminster City Council and specialist geologists to make sure the project was carried out without impacting on the surrounding landscape.
Wagamama’s restaurant at London’s Tower Hill was in a similarly busy and historic location in a cylindrical glass building next to the Tower of London. The fit-out took place in a pedestrian area, which made access difficult for the large amounts of screeding that had to be used to raise the levels of the upper ground floor restaurant.
Fileturn’s fit-out for Wagamama in Richmond took place in a listed building on the town’s busy high street with no parking allowed outside. We worked closely with Richmond Borough Council and with conservationists to make sure that the fit-out preserved the historic details of the building.
Wagamama in Bristol is housed in the city’s old Post Office, where the Fileturn team had to use specialist pneumatic pecking equipment to remove a safe contained in 3ft of concrete.