Englewood Construction Completes Seven Retail Projects

by Katie Lee

Chicago — The retail group of Englewood Construction has recently completed seven projects throughout the United States.

“We’re pleased to report it is officially high-growth time in retail construction as the economy continues to improve and businesses look to expand their footprints as well as refresh their current locations,” says William Di Santo, president of Lemont, Ill.-based Englewood Construction. “We had an extremely busy winter and spring construction season and were able to stay on schedule despite some harsh weather conditions. Now, with these completed projects in the books, we see that positive momentum continuing as more of our clients plan for summer and fall construction projects.”

Among Englewood’s recent project completions is the renovation and reimaging of Countryside Bank’s headquarters in Countryside, Ill., as well as the bank’s four other nearby locations in Burbank, Darien, Homer Glen and Chicago.

Additionally, Englewood has finished a 55,000-square-foot ground-up Hobby Lobby store in Seabrook, N.H. “This was an East Coast location where we battled tough weather conditions earlier this year with intense snowfall, but our team worked through it to complete the project on schedule,” says Di Santo.

In Franklin, Tenn., Englewood recently completed a new American Girl store, located in the CoolSprings Galleria mall just outside of Nashville. The store is the 12th Englewood has completed for American Girl. The architect was Morristown, N.J.-based Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

“We’re extremely proud to continue to be a partner in American Girl’s nationwide growth, and bring them a high level of service and quality that ensures the build-out of each new store goes as smoothly as the last,” says Di Santo.

Englewood Construction, Inc. is a commercial general contractor specializing in the construction of retail, restaurant, shopping center, hotel, education and office/industrial projects throughout the United States. For more information, visit www.eci.build/.

SOURCE: Englewood Construction, Inc.

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