DiPrete Engineering has successfully completed design and construction on its 4th Wendy’s project. The ground-up project is located in the North Kingstown Crossing Plaza, at the former Fiddlesticks Miniature Golf Course. The 3,000-square-foot footprint represents Wendy’s new sleek and contemporary prototype.
We collaborated with the town to create a design that complimented its character while still demonstrating Wendy’s bold brand transformation,” said Senior Project Engineer, Jason Clough. “We adapted the design to resemble a colonial building, but still included elements of Wendy’s modern prototypes. Namely the “blade” which is where the building signage is located.”
The transformation is part of Wendy’s mission to re-energize their stores by delivering a striking new appearance. The enhanced customer experience includes a design that features fire places, a patio, a variety of seating options, flat screen TV’s, wi-fi, and digital menu boards.
DiPrete’s scope of work included a topographic survey, conceptual planning, soil evaluations, design of a FAST Nitrogen-Reducing Septic System, stormwater management, landscape design, regulatory approvals, construction documentation and administration, construction documentation, and more.