Teriyaki Madness

Teriyaki Madness
Broomfield, CO

Snyder Building Construction completed its first Teriyaki Madness and formed a new relationship with this franchise client. The 1,300 sq ft fast-casual franchise was going into an existing space which required a full gut and remodel to complete the tenant finish. The scope included efficiency upgrades like new roof top units, new electrical service with LED lighting, new kitchen equipment, and tankless water heaters. The selection of tankless water heaters is a unique specification in the restaurant industry and helped address space constraints as well as efficiency goals.

Current supply chain issues were a challenge throughout the project. Important equipment including the exhaust hood for the grill were delivered weeks late. However, Snyder worked closely with the city of Broomfield, the client, and the subcontractors to complete the project with efficient timing­.

Architect: CSHQA

Project Type: Existing Building/ Demo/ Renovation/ Fast-Casual Restaurant

“We recently completed our first Teriyaki Madness project with Snyder Building Construction, and it was a great experience. We appreciate the relationships we were able to build throughout the process, and the expertise that Snyder Building brought to the table was very valuable. Despite the challenges of current supply chain issues, Snyder Building worked efficiently with our team and the city to bring our project to completion. We look forward to working with them again in the future.”

Mark Friese

Franchise Owner, Teriyaki Madness


Highlands Ranch, CO

Snyder Building Construction completed the 1750 sqft build-out of the first Capriotti’s restaurant in Colorado. Capriotti’s is a fast-casual restaurant chain serving up delicious award-winning sandwiches. The existing building, a former sandwich shop, was renovated to accommodate the new restaurant design. Snyder Building rearranged gas lines and water lines and moved utilities from the back of house to the front of house to support the new equipment including a high-end Blodgett oven and griddle.  To improve energy efficiency LED Lighting and a tankless water heater were installed. Snyder Building created a warm and contemporary ambiance for Capriotti with polished concrete floors, brick walls accented with salvaged wood panels, and log lighting. This welcoming environment continues with the smell of freshly baked bread upon entering the space to convey Capriotti’s quality to its patrons.

Architect: The Dimension Group

Project Type: Restaurant / TI Build-out

“We are thrilled to open our first Capriotti’s restaurant in Colorado. Snyder Building Construction was a great partner throughout the build-out process. We’re very happy with the finished space and look forward to working with Snyder Building as we expand Capriotti’s in the marketplace.”

Jaime Beard


The Green Collective Eatery

The Green Collective Eatery
Denver, CO

The Green Collective is a fast-casual breakfast and lunch eatery in the Denver Lower Highlands neighborhood. The restaurant tenant finish construction project began as core and shell. Snyder Building Construction managed the entire scope of the project including all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, framing, millwork, and restaurant equipment installation work. Designed by Arrow B Architecture, the finishes reflect Green Collective’s brand of health, sustainability, and community.

Architect: Arrow B Architecture

Project Type: Fast Casual Restaurant / Tenant Finish Construction / Commercial Kitchen

Working with SBC was an absolutely wonderful experience. They were incredibly respectful of my budget and even helped value engineer to stay UNDER my budget. The project came out more beautiful than I ever could have imagined! I could not recommend Snyder enough.

Allison Rifkin


Sonic® Drive-In

Sonic® Drive-In
Golden, CO

Sonic, founded in 1953, is the largest drive-in restaurant brand in the United States with more than 3,500 restaurants in 46 states. Snyder Building Construction completed the addition of a drive-thru and associated site improvements at the Sonic Drive-In franchise location in Golden, Colorado. Guests now have the option to drive through or drive in at their South Golden Road location. Construction scope included demolition of existing site work, pouring new footings and foundation, and building a wood-framed annex. Installation of underground pathways allowed for new low voltage communication for the drive-thru signage. Site improvements included reconfiguring the parking lot and landscaping for a circular drive with new curb, gutter, and asphalt work.

Architect: Hover Architecture

Project Type: Ground-Up Addition / Site Work Improvements / Fast Food Restaurants

It was easy to work with Snyder Building Construction, and I appreciated the patience and availability that they always had.”

Alejandro Aguilar