The Pump House Restaurant Time Lapse Video

The Doerre Construction team completed the renovation of the former industrial pump house in March 2016, making it into a fine dining destination on the Catawba River in Rock Hill’s Riverwalk development.

Construction began in May of 2015 to turn the massive concrete building that pumped almost five million gallons of water per day to the Celanese plant into the upscale restaurant it is now.   Attention to detail was paramount on this project.  A steel framework had to be constructed around and through the existing structure to add support and create new interior space.  It also created the cantilevered balcony extending out over the river.  Other highlights include a 2-story temperature controlled wine cabinet in the main dining room that holds more than 900 bottles.  These are just a few of the details that make The Pump House Restaurant an amazing place, but the real “wow” factor comes from the scenic views of the Catawba river from almost every vantage point in the restaurant.

It took a total team effort to complete this complex project.   We are grateful for this opportunity to Create a Grand Opening for great owners and their partners!