Bravo Foods

Various Locations | Commercial

Overview

As Bravo Foods opens new Taco Bell franchises across the country, ISG has consistently contributed architectural, interior design, and engineering services, becoming an approved design service provider.


Opportunity

When constructing new restaurants, the Taco Bell prototype restaurant is used to uphold the brand name’s nationally recognized image, but the design needed to be adapted to meet the more localized and specific vision of Bravo Foods.

Solution

Bravo Foods, which opens new franchises for Taco Bell, required a new prototype layout that ensures consistent brand identity and the best possible service for visitors to its restaurants. Additionally, the prototype layout has to be modified to best suit the present location, and it needs to meet location-specific codes and regulations. Building plans also sometimes must incorporate an additional restaurant such as Pizza Hut or Long John Silvers, and the combined dining spaces require specialized planning. By being adaptable and sensitive to local concerns, Bravo Foods provides its customers with excellent facilities and quality service.

ISG ensures that each facility adjusts to regional needs. To address different sites and the localized visions of Bravo Foods, ISG has rotated, mirrored, and flipped the prototype. Maximizing space usage is also an essential element in designing, especially for combined building plans. Before crafting preliminary plans, ISG coordinates with the selected furniture, fixture, and equipment providers to ensure the required furnishings of the facility are incorporated into an efficient, functional, and streamlined process.


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