Nashville, TN
Nashville, TN

Retail Project Portfolio

From big boxes to boutiques, large restaurants to little bistros, franchises to chains: in the internet era, where the customer experience is key, we provide consistent results. Shopping centers also get outside attention with new façades, updated storefronts, and services such as parking lot resurfacing.

 

Below is a selection of retail projects of which we are particularly proud. Click on any image to enlarge it.

Project Showcase: Retail

Filled to the brim with merchandise, this Golf Galaxy in Cool Springs exemplifies the open ceiling and extensive wall racks typical in big box stores.

A close-up detail of wall racking systems before they are filled with merchandise in the Cool Springs Plato's Closet location.

We demised a large space in this shopping center to create two spaces and then build out Plato's Closet clothing consignment store, which included this custom transaction counter.

New refrigerated shelving awaits tasty goods at a Papa Murphy's take-and-bake pizza location in White House before it opens. When their equipment arrived early, CIC helped store it until the space was ready for equipment installation.

With a few details to remaining to be installed at this point, this photo shows Papa Murphy's walk-in cooler, which was built on site by CIC's field staff. The kitchen in the back was also entirely new to the space.

Sitting on a corner in Germantown, Dabble Studio made use of existing fixtures in their new space and added special touches like the subway tile and reclaimed wood bar, stained concrete floors, and new pendant lights. Our superintendent worked with the owner to design a swinging door that could be folded flush with the counter.

Hair and nail salons pose their own challenges, often requiring additional plumbing for multiple sinks or pedicure chairs.

This is no ordinary salon: these stations are part of Remington College's Cosmetology program.

It took us pricing a couple spaces for them, but Relevé Barre Studio settled on this Franklin center. Superintendent and carpenter Johnny Bates, Jr., hand-built this wood transaction counter as well as stairs to a second level. Note the barn door to one of their studios behind the counter.

Plumbing fittings at Relevé serve as retail racks. In the rear, hand-built stairs, a protective knee wall, and a wheelchair lift lead to a second level.

This design needed to incorporate a beverage station, hi-low water fountains, restrooms/changing areas, and around that corner, a play room where Relevé provides childcare during classes.

In a space where several people simultaneously prop their weight on barres and put their faces near the floor, details count. When focusing on fitness, gorgeous lines in the finishes may go unnoticed, but that also means there are no distractions for these powerful students.

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