Fulcrum completed significant cosmetic renovations to Cactus Jack’s Great West Grill in Manchester in conjunction with the restaurant’s new menu launch. Over the course of 10 days, mechanical systems, walls, roofing, and customer areas were upgraded during a full restaurant shut down. Physical renovations were made to the building to reflect the restaurant’s new offerings, including replacing the stucco exterior with a modern clapboard and cement board and batten siding. The roof was reconfigured from the original radius parapet to a more recognizable southwest design, which includes a faux stone chimney and standing seam metal. Installation of a new patio door allows for easier access to the existing stamped concrete seating area, which features new awnings, LED lighting and signage. The entire parking lot was also reclaimed and repaved. The interior, including the bar and seating area, was given a more robust southwest appearance with new paint, booths, carpeting and furnishings. The kitchen received a new exhaust system and cooking hoods, and the original cooler system was replaced with a larger cooler and freezer unit. The new cooler includes a separate beer cooler which allowed the bar to increase the number of taps.