Our client needed a major update to their building to attract new customers and compete with surrounding car dealerships. They also need to stay on budget and complete the renovation quickly as they were working out of a temporary space.
Rather than destroy the building and start from scratch, we advised a partial demo. This meant significant cost savings for our client, but also that the demo needed to be done carefully. The dated stonework on the front of the building was removed slowly with jackhammers while crews cleared away interior walls, ceiling, and flooring. Once the partial demo was complete, rebuilding could commence.
The new front of the building would be completely different than before, so our team constructed a new steel structure to support the modern exterior. Cranes were brought in throughout the project to hoist materials high into the air for steelworkers to weld. Simultaneously, while the steelworkers were busy reshaping the building, roofers were applying a new roof that would be far more efficient than the previous roof.
Once the outside of the building was nearly complete, work on the internal features started. A new tile flooring was placed with the knowledge that soon new cars would be parked on the surface. The final touches include new signage and modern, efficient lighting installed throughout the interior. Our client was able to move back into their space earlier than anticipated and the were no surprise budget overages.
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