The structure contained 65 seats and a 700-pound stainless steel food production line with ovens, water heaters, sinks, shelving, heated cabinets and sales computers.
More than 300 workers were involved in the effort.
Fluor's procurement included 750 pounds of nails and fasteners, 250 sheets of plywood, 26,000 board feet of other lumber, 2 miles of wire, 1/4 mile of pipe, 400 square feet of glass, and 37 gallons of "Taco Bell tan" paint.
The Fluor project scheduling software was not created for such a small and accelerated project, so some tasks that repeated at 15-minute intervals were scheduled in the software to repeat four times an hour.
The project manager organized a dry run before the project began. All the participants were ready to carry out the project as planned.
The result was a phenomenal team effort recognized not only as a project but also as a contribution to the community.