Local. Unfiltered. Passion.
Axis was hired by Six Bridges to convert a former warehouse/office location to a 10-barrel brewery with tasting room and event space.
The 11,679 square feet of space required for the new brewery was carved out of the existing 31,820-square-foot building. The resulting 5,000-barrel-per-year brewery features a 7,000-square-foot production area (eight fermentation tanks), an 1,800-square-foot tasting room, a 1,500-square-foot accessory storage area/mechanical rooms, office space, new restrooms and an outdoor patio. The front elevation was modified to accommodate a new entrance into the brewery.
The brewery’s personality is showcased with a décor that is rustic with a warehouse charm.
The brewery is a new venture for the City of John’s Creek and required new zoning to be adopted by the mayor and city council.
Axis was responsible for architecture, structural engineering, MEP engineering, civil engineering, entitlement, project management, construction coordination and project closeout. Preconstruction design services were provided from inception through construction and included the following:
Field measurements, base plan preparation, project photos and concept plans
Design drawings and construction documents
Permit submittals and approvals
Health department approvals
RFIs and construction phase services