Project Profile

L.L.Bean

Retail

Retail Store Buildouts and Upgrades

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Sachse Construction has completed several complete store buildouts and renovations through several L.L.Bean stores within the United States. For each of the L.L.Bean stores, brand standards through the installation of casework and lighting packages are an important part of the renovations and new store buildouts. Ensuring each project is completed to the highest level of quality is the main focus of the Sachse Construction team.

L.L.Bean projects completed include:

  • The Promenade at Sagemore, Marlton, NJ: Retail floor space, restroom, and back of house renovations
  • Oakbrook Center, Oakbrook, IL: Store buildout
  • The Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk, South Windsor, CT: Store renovation
  • The Plaza at King of Prussia, King of Prussia, PA: Tenant improvements including finishes and fixtures
  • Hilldale Shopping Center, Madison, WI: Store buildout
  • The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley, Center Valley, PA: Tenant improvements including flooring, lighting, and painting
  • Lynnhaven Mall, Virginia Beach, VA: Exterior renovation
  • The Shops at Stonefield, Charlottesville, VA: Store buildout
  • The Corners at Brookfield, Brookfield, WI: Store buildout
  • Kenwood Collection, Cincinnati, OH: Store buildout

Another important piece of many of the L.L.Bean projects completed is value engineering, which often uncovers various solutions that would save money and expedite the project’s timeline for completion. For example, on the Charlottesville, VA store buildout, the project team repurposed the existing floors by grinding the retro-plate and finding a stain that was similar to the existing floor. The project team also suggested that instead of relocating the store restrooms, they could repurpose the existing ones. This solution significantly accelerated the project’s timeframe and allowed the team to reallocate the funds for the restroom relocation to other parts of the project.

L.L.Bean was appreciative of Sachse Construction’s cost-saving initiatives. As a result, the Sachse team was able to deliver the Charlottesville project under budget and four weeks earlier than originally planned.