P&C and SEA (Scott Edwards Architecture) are partners in the new Design-Build food cart plaza for the City of Fairview. This project will involve the construction of a one-story pre-engineered metal building anchoring a food pavilion, hardscape public plaza, site improvements with approximately 100 parking stalls, a children's play area, and visual landmark. The building will be approximately 4,000 sf with space for 3 internal vendors, customer seating space inside and outdoor under cover, roll-up doors, wifi, security system, and public restrooms. The remaining scope of the food pavilion will include space for 15 exterior food carts. Utility hookups including sewer, water, gas, and electric; fats, oils, and grease removal; and garbage pickup are to be included for the building and food cart stalls as needed. The hardscaped public plaza will be approximately 9,600 square feet and include: an iconic visual landmark (likely to be the 36’ tall fork), 20-25 stalls for farmer's market vendors, movable seating, exterior lighting, power and water hookups, and landscaping.
Owner: City of Fairview
Architect: SEA (Scott Edwards Architecture)