Repeat client, Air Ventures entrusted TEEL with the construction of their new Wolfgang Puck concept “The Kitchen.” A 3,000 SF new build-out in Concourse A of Washington Dulles International Airport combined three previous restaurant spaces into one. Notable features include the oversized Woodstone Pizza Oven, a double layer floating concrete panel ceiling system and custom light fixtures from the Czech Republic.
Located in Terminal B of Washington Dulles International Airport, this 500 square foot retail store offers high end ladies’ designer bags to fit any need. With a selection from luggage, to purses to jewelry, this is sure to be a great stop next time you’re catching a flight from Dulles.
Architect: Tricarico Architecture and Design
Location: B Terminal – Washington Dulles International Airport
The Firkin & Flyer is a British style pub at BWI, conveniently located in the B/C Concourse connector. Decked out with wall to wall graphics and an aeronautical themed decor, it features a full size biplane mounted directly in the terminal between the main dining area/bar and the high-end lounge across the hall, designed for patrons to relax and grab a drink while they wait for their flights. Click here to check out the flyover rendering.
Located in Pier B of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, this restaurant and grille raises the bar for airport concessions with it’s upscale menu and craft beer list. These selections, paired with high-end architectural elements such as the honey onyx lit bar top and Interlam fabric-wrapped wall panels create an atmosphere like no other at the airport. Architect: Lami Grubb Architects Location: Ronald Reagan National Airport
TEEL constructed this 135-seat bistro (IAD’s Largest Restaurant), converting what once was three retail spaces. Bistro Atelier opened by restauranteur, Hakan Ilhan, brings classic French cuisine to the airport, including savory and sweet crepes, and an all day breakfast and brunch menu. Architect: Norris Design Studio Location: Dulles International Airport
The Denver-based fast casual restaurant chain is quickly expanding east. Typically constructed within ten (10) weeks, TEEL is charged with effectively managing over 2 dozen subcontractors and Owner vendors to ensure an on-time opening. The Smashburger name refers to the chain’s process of smashing meat on the grill; meant to keep the juices seared in. Different geographical regions boast their own unique burger; i.e. “The Capital” in the DC-metro and “The New Englander” in Boston. Architect: Various Completed locations:
Baltimore, MD [Fells Point]
Bronx, NY [Riverdale]
Cortlandt Manor, NY
Dupont Circle, DC
Ellicott City, MD
Falls Church, VA
Gaithersburg, MD [Downtown Crown]
Merrifield, VA [Dunn Loring Metro]
NYC, NY [Williams St]
Owings Mills, MD
Ronald Reagan National Airport [DCA]
Vienna, VA [Tysons West Metro]
Washington Dulles International Airport [IAD]
TEEL’s 2nd project for the California-based wine bar/ café/ retail shop was Vino Volo’s 1st out-of-airport location. The ‘wine country chic’ style of construction boasts reclaimed barn wood from Missouri used for interior millwork components and the storefront façade. The 55-seat dining room overlooks a 12-seat custom zinc bar top with backlit feature wall that separates the bar/ dining room areas from the retail wine shop.
Architect: Collective Architecture
Location: Bethesda, MD
Other Completed Locations: Tysons Corner, VA, Dulles International Airport, Jacksonville International Airport, Baltimore Washington International Airport