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Restaurant case study

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CASE STUDY OF RESTAURANT

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Restaurant case study

  1. 1. CASE STUDY Mc Donald’s COMMUNITY CENTRE NARAINA NEW DELHI-28 Architect : ARCHITECT VISTASP & ASSOCIATES Presented By: Kuldeep Panchal B-Arch. 3rdSem. 2nd Year A.S.A.P. (A.U.U.P)
  2. 2. The first McDonalds was built in 1940 by the McDonald brothers (Dick and Mac) . Started off as a hot dog stand in CA [1937] The McDonald brothers realized that hamburgers were their most profitable menu item, and changed their business to serve a limited menu. McDonald’s is World’s Leading Hamburger Company . The motto of the organization ,i.e., Quality, Service, Cleanliness and Value. Supporting social issues and believes in sustainable development. The Head Quarters of The McDonalds Corporation is at Oak brook, Illinois.
  3. 3. Disclaimer THIS IS NOT AN ACADEMIC PAPER. THIS IS A CASE STUDY PERFORMED AS PART OF A FOOD COURT DESIGN PROJECT THE AUTHENTICITY OF THE DATA/INFORMATION CANNOT BE GUARANTEED WITH CERTAINTY. HOWEVER, THE INFORMATION IS FAIRLY ACCURATE AND HAS BEEN COLLECTED FROM THE INTERNET AND SITE VISIT.
  4. 4. Acknowledgement • We express our deep gratitude to our Architectural Design faculty, Mr. SYED MOHAMMED AMIN NAQVI and Ms. SWEKSHAYADAV for giving us the opportunity to work on the comprehensive project that provided us with an extensive range of insight and possibilities involved in the planning of a RESTAURANT/FOOD COURT. • We are highly indebted to STAFF of MCDONALD for constant support and help in completing the case study.
  5. 5. • MC DONALD’S is situated at Plot No. 1, Community Centre, Naraina Industrial Area, Phase 1, New Delhi, Delhi 110028 • The road in front of the MC DONALD’S is a two way road with a divider. • ADJOINING ROAD : Goswami Girdhari Lal Marg • The Shadipur Metro Station is located on the left side, while the Mahatma Gandhi Road is on the right. Climate The climate of Delhi is an overlap between monsoon-influenced humid subtropical and semi-arid with high variation between summer and winter temperatures and precipitation. SUMMERS-AVG.- 37C TO 41C, 45C TO 48.5C WINTERS-AVG.- 12C TO 13C Location
  6. 6. Location
  7. 7. Location
  8. 8. Area Statement • BASEMENT AREA-1060 SFT. • GROUND FLOOR AREA-1060 SFT. • FIRST FLOOR AREA-1700 SFT. • SEATING CAPACITY-100-120 PEOPLE
  9. 9. Basement
  10. 10. Ground Floor PARKING 2500 MM WIDE PASSAGE ELEVATION
  11. 11. Ground Floor
  12. 12. Ground Floor
  13. 13. Ground Floor KITCHEN 600 X 600 VITRIFIED TILES 300 X 300 INDUSTRIAL TILES
  14. 14. Menu
  15. 15. Menu
  16. 16. Ground Floor SERVING COUNTER HEIGHT-900 WIDTH-600 STAIR CASE RISER-185 TREAD-275 WIDTH-1000
  17. 17. First Floor STAIR CASE RISER-185 TREAD-275 WIDTH-1000 3 NOS. URINAL WASHROOM WC
  18. 18. First Floor CHAIR SIZE STD. TABLE HEIGHT – 750mm. SIZE – 600X450 600X600 SEATING AREA TILE 4 - 300 X 600 VIT TILES TILE 5 - 450 X 600 VIT TILES
  19. 19. First Floor PARTY AREA CHAIR SIZE – STD. TABLE SIZE - 600X1800 BOOKING COST Rs. 600 – 1000 BIRTHDAY PARTY
  20. 20. First Floor
  21. 21. First Floor
  22. 22. CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES • WALL TO WALL • SIMPLE PLAN • SEPARATE STAIRCASE FOR BASEMENT AND OTHER FLOOR TO ACCESS MATERIAL • DIFFERENT TYPE OF TILE 1. INDUSTRIAL TILES 2. VITRIFIED TILES • WOODEN FALSE CEILING • STEEL FRAME TABLE AND CHAIR • TABLE TOP GRANITE COLOR COMBINATION OR THEME • WOODEN TEXTURE AND PURPLE • WHITE CEILING AND WOODEN FALSE CEILING • GRAPHIC WALL
  23. 23. COMPARISON KITCHEN/CAFET ERIA RAIO TABLE SIZE CHAIR SIZE SPACE B/W CHAIRS OR TABLES STANDARD (NEUFERT) 40% KITCHEN 60% CAFETERIA W=800-850 L=1250 H=780 H=900 FROM GROUND=450 C TO T=100 C TO C=700 MCDONALD
  24. 24. “If I had a brick for every time I’ve repeated the phrase Quality, Service, Cleanliness and Value, I think I’d probably be able to bridge the Atlantic Ocean with them.” —Ray Kroc

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