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A completed renovation and modernize of kitchen and cafeteria. 

In an effort to modernize and maximize the existing space Gulfpoint did a complete kitchen/cafeteria renovation that featured new electronic menu boards, accent lighting, new pass-throughs, a pizza oven, new serving lines, Corian countertops, new flooring, and paint.  

Project Size: 7,000 sqft. | Start Date: 03.2017| Completion Date: 08.2017


For this project, we extended the kitchen to receive new serving lines.


The wall between the kitchen and cafeteria needed to be removed.  Frame a new wall and moved all A|C above the ceiling in this area.  The new wall had 3 new roll-up doors for serving lines.  Kitchen plumbing needed to be relocated.  New electric was added and added a hood for the new equipment.  Floors were removed in half of the kitchen and replaced with a new quarry tile.  Cafeteria booths were removed and some other walls.  A|C in the cafeteria was reworked to get more air in the cafeteria.  Removed and replaced the cooler|freezer.  We increased the size of both units.  All work was completed over the summer break.

Project Size: 6,800 sqft. | Start Date: 06.2013 | Completion Date: 11.2013


A completed renovation and expansion of both the kitchen and cafeteria took place.


The kitchen was expanded from both outside and inside.  We removed the hallway wall that ran down the side of the cafeteria and kitchen and relocated the hallway by taking square footage out of oversized rooms that ran in conjunction with the hallway.  We added columns and steel beams in several locations.  The kitchen was demolished and rebuilt with 7 new serving lines.  Plumbing, electric, HVAC, and new gas lines were installed.  New flooring, ceilings, soffits, tile floor, and walls were installed.  This kitchen/cafeteria became the model for their prototype high schools. 

Project Size: 26,000 sqft. | Start Date: 12.2003 | Completion Date: 10.2004


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To whom it may concern,


I am the Head of School at Canterbury School located in Fort Myers, Florida. The school contracted Gulf Point Construction for numerous projects on campus. Some projects include our Press Box, Hanno Dining Hall, and the roof on one of our buildings. With all these projects and others, Gulf Point worked hand-in-hand with the school and our schedule. They were very thorough and focused on completing the projects in a timely manner and within our budget, which brought our school savings.


We have found that working with Gulf Point and their subcontractors is first-rate. We are 100% satisfied with the work that was performed, and we received numerous compliments about the quality of the work.

In summation, I enjoyed working with JD Huether and the team at Gulf Point Construction. He is an honest and trustworthy contractor who delivers high-quality work, he’s easy to work with, on time, and within budget. We look forward to working with JD and Gulf Point on future projects.


All the best,

Rick Kirschner

Head of School

Canterbury School

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