Overall of the trailer interior, aft end, upon it's arrival to our shop.
The desired floor plan was laid out with tape, to scale, for the client to see.
A second door was cut in at the forward end of the trailer to allow clientele to move through the space more easily.
The base piece for the front area bench seat is built and assembled before installation into the coach. It will be covered with a white veneer to match the existing overhead lockers.
The sink base cabinet gets its first coat of stain in the paint booth.
Display cabinets are completely finished and awaiting the aluminum shelf backing to go on before they are installed.
Installing the front bench seat area which will also house the electrical panel and A/V hook-ups.
A detail of the counter edge done in aluminum. A 'V' shape was used to hide seaming of the material and create yet another branding detail
The secondary bench seat being fit.
Wiring for the A/V equipment is run into the storage cabinet under the bench seat.
A finished photo of the electrical distribution panel installed.
Bighorn Signs was brought in to apply the custom decals/signage on the exterior of the coach.
Back bar cabinets ready for installation. They have an aluminum exterior with frosted, lexan sliding doors, stainless hardware, and durable white, laminated interiors. Puck lights were placed inside the cabinet to light it from within for a decorative display.
This photo shows the bar countertops being built before being laminated.
A close-up taken of the decorative pillows made for the front bench seating area. An outdoor fabric was found locally, along with trim, and given to JM Designs of Wheat Ridge to make the decorative pillows.
Transition thresh holds are placed at the door in every one of our trialers.
The trim around the base of the display cabinets in the aft end.
An overall shot of the front end shows off some of the details
A custom vent was built into the countertop over the undercounter display refrigerator in the back to allow air circulation to the equipment.
An overall view looking forward from the back end of the trailer.
This photo highlights the aluminum transition piece between the bar counter and the back counter on the display case.
The finished display area with lit, display referigerator case and tiered countertop display.
The finished sink base cabinet was designed by TTT in a 'V' shape as part of the client's branding.
The A/V cabinet ready to accept equipment.
Overall of the forward end completed.
Overall of the aft end completed.
Exterior shot of trailer ready to leave our facility
On location in Chicago, IL.