The Bellevue Cafe Project located in Wilmington, DE. is the historic renovation of the summer estate of Marion duPont Scott. The house was built in 1936 as a gift to Marion from her brother William duPont, Junior. Marion, a noted philanthropist and expert thoroughbred horse breeder, summered at the home from 1937 until her death in 1983. In 1999 the entire property was purchased by PFPC. The 4 month project was managed by PNC Reality Services. Our scope of work included interior finishes, both rough and finish carpentry, architectural millwork, ornamental plaster, industrial kitchen facility, hardwood flooring and painting. Mechanical scope included plumbing, HVAC, security and fire protection systems. Target Building Construction completed the PFPC Bellevue Cafe Project in February of 2008. MGZA Architecture spearheaded the design with the intention of retaining the original finishes while providing three dining areas, new restrooms, kitchen, and food prep areas for the cafe operation. The original wood flooring was repaired and refinished in two dining areas, entryway and steps. The existing outdoor porch was restored and is now utilized as an ADA compliant dining area. The Cafe project has been welcomed by the PFPC employees & PNC Realty Services as a convenient addition to the Bellevue Corporate Park.