JRM Construction Management Expands And Fully Renovates The Estiatorio Milos Restaurant In NYC
JRM Construction Management is pleased to announce it has completed construction of a new cellar space for Estiatorio Milos’ catering facility, as well as a full renovation of the existing street-level restaurant at 125 W 55th Street in New York City. JRM worked with Alain Carle Architecte and Henderson Engineers to construct both the cellar space and restaurant without hindering Estiatorio Milos’ daily operations.
Precise Coordination for a Functional, Polished Result
JRM coordinated the efforts of the sub-contractors and vendors hired by the restaurant to complete the extensive work. The end result is a refined, elegant space, complete with venetian plaster throughout, Greek marble floors and bar tops and elegant Dinesen wood plank flooring from Denmark.
The first-floor renovations featured the construction of a new kitchen, and the installation of new equipment, a new bar, stairs, wood plank flooring, lighting and high-end finishes throughout. JRM kept the two-levels connected by installing a steel and marble spiral staircase with recessed lighting at stair treads as well as a passenger elevator and freight elevator. A complete Lutron System was installed throughout the cellar and first floor.
“Estiatorio Milos is an upscale restaurant with sophisticated finishes, and it was important that the restaurant could remain up and running throughout our work on this project” said JRM’s Project Director Charles Ciccarelli. “Thanks to careful coordination among the project teams, we were able to help this business realize its expansion goals without hindering day-to-day operations.”