Posts Tagged ‘Retail’

Medford Food Co-op

Friday, May 3rd, 2013
Historic 949 S. Riverside, Medford, ORMedford Food Co-op Architectural Design by Gary CapernaNewly Renovated Medford Food Co-op Project Details
In 2011, The Medford Food Co-op worked with Batzer Construction to radically remodel their building on Riverside Avenue into unique grocery retail space.The 1927 historic building was initially designed as a farmhouse by renowned local architect Frank Clark. It’s had many remodels over the years converting it to a hotel, restaurant, offices, daycare, and it was empty for the last 5 years. The decades of remodeling and turnover left many structural issues to solve.The biggest challenge was opening the interior spaces to create the large retail space for efficient Architect Gary Caperna and structural engineer Phil McCullough chose to use steel beams to replace all the interior structures that were removed, allowed the the store to be vaulted and let in daylight from the dormer window on the roof. The daylight helps reduce the need for lighting throughout much of the day. Energy efficient light fixtures were used for the needed lighting and insulation was increased throughout the building.A storm water “bioswale” in front of the store is planted with native plants and trees to help absorb storm water rather than it flooding into the city sewer system. “Keeping the natural landscape of the property was intentional and different than most retail properties in Medford,” according to Batzer Construction architect, Gary Caperna. “Co-op patrons are going to love it.”To date, the Medford Food Co-op has been awarded nearly $10,000 of incentive money for the energy efficiency measures for lighting and refrigeration.

Key Team Members:
Architect: Gary Caperna
Project Manager: John Ross

Size: 5500 SF

AirGas Grants Pass

Sunday, July 3rd, 2011
AirGas100dpi-2

2110 NW Vine St.
Grants Pass, OR 97526

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Cartwright’s Valley Meat Company: Blog 2007-2008

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

We were very pleased to build the Cartwright Valley Meat facility in Grants Pass. What a fantastic family business! Even though modest in size, this is one of those projects that really brings home the importance of small and family operated businesses in a community.

Over the course of construction Michele Cartwright documented the progress in their company blog. You can read the whole thing, or here are some links to some of our favorite posts.

April 24, 2007 -New Construction!

August 20, 2007 -Pouring Concrete by Dawn’s Early Light

September 28, 2007 -Coolers and Freezers Almost Completely Installed

November 2, 2007 -The Front is Almost Complete

December 3, 2007- Floor and Cooler Cases

January 9, 2008-  Open For Business

Delta Center Shopping Mall

Thursday, December 10th, 2009
DeltaCenterPhoto

1584 Delta Waters Road
Medford, OR 97504
57,500 SF

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Del Cur Farm Supply | Brookings, OR

Monday, December 7th, 2009
DelCur

14397 Hwy 101 S.
Brookings, OR 97415
7,935 SF

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Bauer Fly Reels

Monday, December 7th, 2009
BauerFlyWheel

580 Clover Lane
Ashland, OR 97520
10,664 SF

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Gathering Glass | Ashland, OR

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009
GatheringGlass

322 N. Pioneer Street
Ashland, OR  97520
1,130  SF

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