This project was a start from scratch build of an open-air beachside restaurant. The floor was a reinforced 6 inch concrete slab, with pigmented finish and the remaining structure was of wood beam and rafter construction. The interior partition walls for the kitchen and office were constructed using hollow blocks finished with a cement parging. Roof was of native Nipa panels.
Construction time was approximately 2 months and structure footprint was about 125 square meters. Overall finished cost including built on site furnishing was roughly 850,000 pesos.