Retail work has its own challenges, especially with storefront presence needs and curb appeal – not to mention the interior needs that vary as much as the brick-and-mortar retail establishments
If you’ve ever got the fly-on-the-wall view of a busy restaurant kitchen you may be overwhelmed by the noise and movement. You may gain an appreciation for the amount of coordination it takes to prepare a deceptively simple meal.
Were this busy kitchen filmed in slow motion it would be a glorious ballet. Can you imagine two chefs in the same kitchen?
Sometimes people do judge a book by its cover, and this cover needed some extra love.
Not only did the renovation include a new four-ply built-up roof with Title 24 compliant, energy-saving cap sheet, but this building received cosmetic surgery with new wall furring, stucco, cornice moldings, and red brick veneer at the built-up façade extensions topped off with custom-fabric awnings.
This 28,000 square foot retail / corporate office building was presented with the the Office Product Dealers’ Award for Excellence. The first floor featured 9,000 square feet of retail store in a prime Irvine location.
Marble floors, a 6,000 square foot print shop housing four offset presses, a photographic dark room, machine repair department, warehouse, and an elevator are some of the notable features of this project.