Retail / Commercial

We pride ourselves on our work completed for out private clients. Here is a look at some of our recently completed Retail / Commercial projects.

Skyview Power Center Storefront – Edmonton, Alberta

This project involved constructing a new exterior storefront and entrance on the building to accommodate a new tenant space that was created.

Commerce Place Food Fair Renovation, Edmonton, Alberta

The Commerce Place Food Fair Renovation Project included Washroom Upgrades, New Flooring & Suspended Ceiling Baffle design adding value to the space by changing the concept inviting visitors to enjoy the view.

St. Matthews Church

St. Matthews Church began demoltion of the existing structure in 2017 to incorporate a new hall as an additional space for hosting public and private events. This project incorporated existing building structure features and adapted new design elements into the new hall. The project scope included mechanical, electrical, structural, masonry, concrete, flooring drywall, interior and exterior finishes. 

New Office Suite – Tenant Relocation

This project was completed over a tight timeline that required tenant improvements to be completed for the new client to move in as quickly as possible. This project was designed by Assaly Licensed Interior Design Inc. for the client that required components to be coordinated out of Montreal. This project was completed within a three month period and the client has since moved into the space. The scope of work for this project included HVAC,  electrical, mechanical, flooring, painting, drywall, ceiling installation, glass storefront installation and relocation as well as millwork and logo design.

AMVIC Interior Renovation

The AMVIC Office tenant improvements renovation expansion project was completed over a  two month duration to complete three phases of office rejuventation. The scope of work was completed while the office was occupied and included trades such as demolition, flooring, drywall, painting, millwork, electrical and mechanical. The original reception area was relocated from the third phase to the first phase new construction zone entrance to provide a new and refreshed welcoming office entry for staff and customers.