Kieth Brey contracted Old World to finish his basement in October of 2011. It took approximately 3 months. David designed soffits to conceal all exposed duct work. Which looked as if they were built purposefully that way via a raised boxed ceiling. In addition, there was alot of custom woodwork including this bar and back bar.
David built restraunts in Milwaukee for Johnny V the owner of Mo's Steakhouse the ninth rated restraunt in America at the time (2005 www.mosrestaurants.com). Over a period of two years he did nine projects for Johnny including Mocha's a turn of the century cofee shop and the bars below which are located at the Riverside Theatre in downtown Milwaukee.
Kat Vinton's kitchen remodel in her midtown Omaha bungalow, where custom woodwork was done to match the Craftsman style dining room and living room. One week time frame, February 2008.
David with Wallen's breakfast bar and woodpanel library.
Norbert Young a nationally renowned designer's personal home in Wakashau, Wisconsin.... All interior finish work.
Below you will see home bar plans, designed and built by David which are currently being developed into a website called mybar.com. This website will allow you to pick finishes, colors, etc and order your bar over the internet. The beauty of this concept is that these bars can be personified to the nth degree and are collapsable and portable; therefore, their utility is much greater. Because when you have a bar built in your basement, it has to stay with the house. This bar can be taken with you when you move, or borrowed to your brother-in-law for your nephew's barmitzva.
The following masonry work was designed and built by Robby Rabuck. Robby and his brothers have worked in masonry since they were kids, they were responsible for approximately 50% of all Craig Tuttle's work ( the contractor who does most of Fair Acres and other high-end neighborhoods in Omaha). Robby and his brothers now handle all of Old World's masonry work and restoration.