Reading Terminal Market

Philadelphia, PA

Interior Renovations and Rick Nichols Room Demonstration Kitchen

Project Type: Renovation
Construction Cost: $2.5 Million
Total Project Cost: $3.5 Million
Architect: Friday Architects/Planners
Builder: Joseph Jingoli & Son Construction

Artisanal Owner’s Representation for a Philadelphia icon.

The hustle and bustle of the Reading Terminal Market is what makes this Philadelphia icon one of the most memorable places in the city. It also made a program of renovations challenging and complex. Construction had to guarantee public safety and maintain the Market’s business operations, while meeting the budget. Renovations included a new demonstration kitchen named the Rick Nichols Room, the creation of new vendors’ booths, and upgrades to the Market’s infrastructure. Throughout the project, B&F worked closely with the Market’s staff, its vendors, and the Contractor to create a twelve-phase implementation plan, and to make sure the construction went as smoothly as possible.