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Interior Design Plans for Restaurant

Whether you are starting a new restaurant or planning to take a franchise, part of what you have to do will be to come up with plans for the interiors (the complete guide on how to setup/start your restaurant can be viewed in this article). This includes electrical, water, lighting, kitchen, dining area, plans for the restaurant. If you are stuck with the nuances of what these plans are about, this article will clear your confusions.
Generally, you will need these plans to setup a new restaurant:
Electrical Plan:
An electrical plan consists of technical drawings (shows information about power, plug point, wire setup etc.) made by an engineer for the workers to comprehend and install the electrical systems on the job. An electrical plan would look like this.
Water Plan: water plan highlights the piping and draining systems for the restaurant. Some plans also indicate cold and hot water supply in their plans. A water plan would look like this
Lighting Plan:

A lighting plan is one of the more important plans for your restaurant. It highlights what type of lights should be fit in a certain place. Lighting in restaurants stand out — people really notice and talk about lighting when it stands out. This is how a lighting plan would be
Kitchen & Dining Area Plan:
A kitchen and dining area plan highlights how the restaurant place is utilized. It tells you how much area the kitchen is occupying and how much area is left for the restaurants. An example of a kitchen and dining plan would like this
SelectDine is a company that helps people setup new restaurants and existing brands to expand their franchises. Completing plans for restaurants is part of the services that they offer.

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