No matter how big your project is, PSIGC can handle it. Need to renovate? We’ve worked on some of the biggest grocery-retail brands in the world. And we have completed over 800 grocery remodels across the country. Need to build from the ground up? We’ve got you covered. Need something that’s completely unique? We can help you design and build it.
Renovations to Stay Ahead
You probably already know that most retail stores have to remodel their stores from time to time. They might use those remodels as an opportunity to update the décor, renovate their services, and try new technology. But did you know that grocery retail stores remodel far more often than the average retail store?
They rollout fresh décor on a regular basis. And they also are one of the first in the industry to try new innovations. So you’ll usually see trends started in grocery stores rolling out into other retail months and years later.
For large grocery chains, like Kroger, this could mean one of its stores is starting a new remodel every week.
Dedication and Expertise to Do Any Job
All of this means that the company renovating and building those grocery stores has to be on its toes. The general contractor has to be on top of all the latest design options and technological innovations going on in the retail industry. The GC also has to be able to know how well these innovations are going to work for grocery stores.
At PSIGC, we’re dedicated to our grocery clients. We want them to love their new store – and be able to use it to secure more and better business. If we can help people buy better food easier, we’re all in.
PSIGC clients know we have the manpower and expertise to handle staggered schedules for large chains, but also able to handle the remodels and new builds of local grocery stores in small towns across the country. We also can handle major rebranding jobs that require complete rebuilds, including signage and technology changes.
You Stay Open While We Work
In addition, our clients don’t typically have to close their stores for remodeling and additions. Most remodels are done at night so the client can stay open and not lose valuable business during the process. Some extensive remodels that do require closing are handled quickly and with minimal down time for the store. We understand tight turnaround schedules and work within realistic schedules to make your remodel successful.
Major Grocery Projects:
- Design-Build for New Stores
- Complete Remodel of Entire Store
- Department Remodels (Bakery, Butcher, etc.)
- Major Chain Remodels Across the Brand
We Maximize the Details:
- Clever end-cap displays
- Special in-store ‘pop ups’
- Well-placed impulse buy rack
- Fixture replacement and upgrading
- Store Refresh
- Online grocery shopping displays
- Customer interest displays and remodels
Grocery & Retail Projects
Walmart, Denver, NC
Place Services, Inc. have successfully completed a Walmart project in Denver, North Carolina.
Upgrading and remodeling sections of the interior:
- Refreshing paint, rearranging store fixtures and checkout layout,
- Upgrading store lighting to LED and feature lighting,
- Remodeling all restrooms, installing modular pharmacy,
- Installing new building signage, complete remodeling of associate spaces with new millwork and wall finishes.
- Auto Care Center, Breakroom, Customer Service, and Office Spaces.
Place Services, Inc. General Contracting Project Manager Chris Lee, Assistant Project Manager Jenny Colin, and Superintendents Patrick Gardner, Bob Burns.
Kroger Smith’s Grocery Store, Santa Fe, NM
The Place Services Inc. completed this remodel of the Kroger Smith’s grocery store in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The entire project team overcame some initial scheduling delays and finished the project in time for the original re-grand opening date. We appreciate our great partnership with the entire Smith’s team and look forward to the next project with them!
General Contracting team, led by Erik Griffith, Director of Construction – West Region, and our trade partners.
Oakley, Locust Grove, GA & Daytona Beach, FL
The Place Services, Inc. and the Luxottica Team recently completed two Oakley interior buildouts in their new vault prototype.
General Contracting Retail Department and Todd Washowich, Construction Project Manager for Essilor Luxottica.The project was completed ahead of schedule with the highly valued partnership of Todd and the Luxottica Team.
The PSI Team was led by Robbie Coker, Project Manager, and Blake Barksdale, Assistant Project Manager. Jason Reid was the PSI Superintendent at the Locust Grove, GA, project.
Lowe’s Outlet, 3 Locations
The Place Services, Inc. General Contracting Retail Department has been contracted by Lowe’s to complete three appliance outlet stores.
These interior build-out projects include:
- Full MEP
- Fire sprinkler
- Floor polish
- Storefront modifications.
These projects are led by Kevin Thomas, Project Manager, with Joe Scott, Robert Hernandez, and Jason Reid serving as Superintendents.
This is an out-of-the-ground grocery store. This location is 36,000sf on a 4.35-acre lot. Our scope includes complete civil development of the property and full build of the store. Lidl is a full-service grocery store with bakery, Frozen foods, dry stock, and specialty items. The design is modern and compact. Lidl has a huge footprint in Europe and came to the US in 2017. Currently there are 95 stores here in the US.
36,000sf new out-of-the-ground construction with all trades. Steel erected structure, gypsum walls and polished concrete floors. The store has LED lighting, refrigeration and roof top units. The exterior is a combination of brick and store-front glass.
This was a $6.6-million contract.
This was a 7-month schedule
Smith’s Bozeman MT
This project was a full remodel of a 56,800sf store. It included all scopes of work; Complete store reset, a complete décor change and new polished floors. Refrigeration cases were upgraded as well. Along with the interior work, new stack stone was added to the entrance.
This project was completed over a 110-day period.
- Parking lot repair and restripe
We complete this interior remodel during the harsh Montana winter and kept The store open and doing business through the entire remodel.
Walmart 494, Newnan GA
A full store remodel of an existing 199,000sf Walmart located in Newnan GA. We updated almost every part of this store including the replacement of all the roof top RTUs and moving the rack house from the east side of the building onto the rooftop. The entire remodel was completed at night, and the store was able to remain open.
Open store remodel. Project completed within the existing building envelope, there was no sf added. All new RTUs. All new refrigeration equipment including Hussmann cases, a complete rack house by Hill Phoenix, and change over to R407A refrigerant.
- Replacement of equipment that was at end of life.
- Removal of VCT and polishing of floors.
- New restrooms
- New Breakroom
- Complete repaint, interior and exterior
- Refresh of existing pharmacy, vision center, courtesy desk, vestibules, deli and, bakery
This project was completed in 16 weeks.