The Nordby Effect

Table Talk: Building Great Places to Wine and Dine

Posted by Tony Simmons on Oct 4, 2018 3:00:00 PM

After a long day of construction in California’s wine country, it’s not hard to find a great place to eat, drink, and decompress.  If you want to check out a world-class winery or the next best restaurant, you’ll find these places are within immediate reach.  It's also interesting to note that many wineries are pairing their wines with their own farm-to-fork menus. In this Nordby Effect, we take a moment to highlight our project sampling of places to wine and dine throughout the state. Enjoy!

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Topics: restaurant, tenant improvement

A True Tale About the Brass Rabbit Tenant Improvement

Posted by Tony Simmons on Oct 6, 2017 9:11:33 AM

When it comes to restaurant design and construction projects, it’s not Shane McAnelly’s first rodeo. As the executive chef of Chalkboard in Healdsburg, Shane has a good sense of what is required to design and build restaurant spaces. With the prospect of opening another local restaurant on the horizon, Shane was very hands-on throughout all project phases of Brass Rabbit. 

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Topics: restaurant, tenant improvement, seismic retrofit, historic building

The Nordby Effect

The Nordby Effect can often be described as being reassured that a project is being performed in a way that exceeds expectations.  Most websites feature finished structures. The real story happens before the project is finished. This blog covers the project story and the people who make these structures a tangible reality.

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