The restaurant was equipped with walk-in refrigerated units, an area for dry storage, and a three section sink, which were all repurposed for use in the food bank section of the building. The remaining space was demoed and turned into classrooms for the missions program. A custom set of French doors was added to the entrance which provided a welcoming first impression. An attractive patio with a view of the Superstition Mountains and a gas fireplace was refurbished and painted to provide a space for church fireside activities. Overall, the project was a huge success and we were proud to have taken part.