Retail Store Buildout
Navigating Logistical Challenges
Sachse Construction managed the store buildout for Old Navy in Washington, DC, complete with the installation of new HVAC ductwork, remote stock room, employee break area, new fitting rooms, and more. The project also called for proper coordination to adopt green building code standards. With existing expertise in LEED projects, the Sachse Construction team was able to implement green initiatives throughout the project easily.
Situated in an urban environment, the team faced logistical challenges when commissioning deliveries amidst the surrounding city streets. With a bevy of businesses nearby, loading dock access was always a premium. The team opted to utilize the underground parking garage for deliveries, a smart decision made possible through careful coordination and meticulous organization.
Old Navy was so impressed with the outcome that they hired Sachse Construction to complete four other stores across the United States, ranging in scope from complete buildouts of new stores to tenant improvements. Projects range from 12,696-square-foot to 13,827-square-foot retail spaces. Locations include Ballwin, MO, Lansing, MI, Washington, DC, and Hiram, GA.