Construction & Remodeling
Many bowling centers underperform because they are too small for their markets or because the building and equipment appear to be outdated and tired. Others are traditional centers that need to convert to a family entertainment center to remain competitive. Moving to a new location, replacing or expanding the current building, or undertaking a major facelift to a building is expensive and risky. A feasibility study or business plan that uses an outside expert can reduce the risk and stress. Most bowling proprietors focus on operational issues leaving economic research and banking to the future. Ken has been involved in several major renovation projects as well as ground up construction projects as both an owner and as an advisor and can provide an impartial view of the needs and proposed solution.