The popular Dutch brand teamed up with TEEL to build out a couple of their new locations. The design includes an industrial look utilizing finishing of existing concrete, European composite panels, and the customary G-Star Green Storefront.
Locations: Sacramento, CA (pictured); Clarksburg, MD
ALDI, our long time partners, encountered a space that they decided to split and rent out 8800 sqft of it to Five Below. They hired us to build out the Five Below and finished it to have an open concept like their other locations. We also oversaw their fixturing and merchandising process to which is quite unique and extensive.
TEEL was hired to complete Corepower’s second studio in San Francisco at Duboce and Church St. The build included high end finishes in restrooms and studios with a specialty HVAC system which needed to accomplish 105 degrees F. Be sure to check out Corepower for all your hot yoga needs.
High end finish store in Tysons Corner Center with over 10,000 pounds of stone from floor to ceiling to give a cave-like feeling requiring articulate measurements, steel components and calculations. Design by Aesop’s in-house Design Department.Images by Rafael Gamo, courtesy of Aesop
New 8,590 SF build-out in an existing shopping center. Included demolition of existing storefront, steel, front concrete apron, and complete gut of interior. Build-out consisted of new steel for glass storefront and vestibule with exterior EIFS and masonry, new sidewalks, and complete interior fit-out with new bathrooms, dressing rooms, storage room, walls, paint, exposed ceilings, sealed concrete floor, and tenant provided fixturing.
Casa de Montecristo hired TEEL to complete their new DC location. Once an old pizza restaurant, the design team creatively utilized and recycled many of the existing architectural features which lead to a distinctive final product with real character. Customers are able to rent a locker in the custom-made millwork on the 2nd level, or browse from the side lit retail shelves on the ground level.
Jared – The Galleria of Jewelry has opened its newest location in Charlottesville, VA just after the 2017 New Year. This 5,300 s.f. ground-up project features Jared’s signature high end interior finishes and sleek exterior design.
Partnering with a long time client EDENS, TEEL completed the Jared’s turnkey project as well as several other shell buildings, retail shops and restaurants at The Shops at Stonefield.
Warby Parker is spearheading the ‘click to bricks’ trend with a rapid expansion into retail locations. TEEL was tasked with the build out of their first Virginia location at Tysons Corner Center. This space is furnished with high end finishes from the elaborate terrazzo tile to the custom hardwood millwork throughout.
TEEL was contracted by EDENS to lead the 2nd phase of development at the Shops at Stonefield. A pair of single-story base buildings were constructed to a cold dark shell condition totaling approximately 21,600 s.f. TEEL subsequently prepared the shells for the incoming retail and restaurant tenants to vanilla box condition.
Architect: Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects, PC
Location: Shops at Stonefield – Charlottesville, VA
TEEL built this shop in shop cafe in the Millenia Mall Bloomingdales in Orlando, FL. Forty Carrots took the prior footprint of a retail clothier, stock room, and fitting room in the Bloomingdales’ main sales floor. Be sure to visit next to get sandwiches, smoothies, or ice cream next time your in the area.
SoulCycle tasked TEEL with building this 3,200 sqft studio in the trendy U street corridor of DC. 14th & U features a 65 bike sound proof studio with high-end features throughout. Be sure to visit SoulCycle to experience their re-invention of indoor cycling. Architect: Mark Vetter Architecture Location: Washington D.C. (pictured), Atlanta GA
Kit & Ace creators J.J. and Shannon Wilson wanted to fill a void in the luxury apparel industry by introducing casual cashmere for their customers. The luxury is in the details, boasts the new addition to high-end retail shopping walk, Bethesda Row. TEEL Construction’s extensive experience with high-end retail establishments made for a natural match as a part of Kit & Ace’s project team. The store opened for it’s first customers in November 2015.
10,000 SF tenant fit out for national retailer Pier 1 Imports who shut down an existing store location less than 1 mile from this new location in The Foxchase Shopping Center [see facade renovation in TEEL’s portfolio]. TEEL was contracted by the building owner and landlord, Washington Real Estate Investment Trust (Washington REIT) to complete the turnkey build-out. The challenges presented on this Project were in taking three smaller tenant spaces, built slab on grade at two separate elevations along with a non-structural slab at a third elevation, and delivering a final slab at one elevation for the 9500 SF sales area required by the design. TEEL’s scheduling and coordination between subcontractors and the structural engineer was critical to the resolution of the structural puzzles presented on the project.
A 6,000 s.f. fit-out for the men’s clothier, HMX Group. The team was charged with preserving this historical fabric of the Georgetown structure while constructing reclaimed components which contributed to the eclectic theme experienced throughout the 2-story building.
Architect: Jeffrey Hutchison
Completed Locations: Georgetown, DC (photos courtesy of Jeffery Hutchison), Beverly Hills, CA
Collective Architecture brought in TEEL during the early conceptual design phase of the project. We worked closely with Collective and Spartan Surfaces to provide budgeting and value engineering of the comprehensive renovation of this 14th Street row house. Collective Architecture’s sleek design featuring clean lines, floating ceilings, a floating mirror wall and a tree trunk that was scribed to the solid surface countertop gives way to the showroom’s featured product lines. One of Spartan Surface’s missions is to “Help our clients bring a vision to life.” With our collective team approach, we achieved this mission for out client.
Architect: Collective Architecture
“I just think you should know that your team did way more than an AMAZING job…they KILLED it…so impressed and I do not say that often.” – Alex Hurtado, Principal, Collective Architecture
The British Fashion Invasion Week at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship store was celebrated by AllSaints’ Biker Project. Venetian polished plaster wallboard imported from England surrounded steel supports erected to display the high-end retailer’s leather biker jackets. A vintage Triumph motorcycle engine suspended using a chain and pulley mechanism is the main focal point of the display. Completed locations:
59th Street – New York, NY [pictured]
Aventura – Miami, FL
Beverly Center – Beverly Hills, CA
Lenox Square – Atlanta, GA
Old Orchard – Skokie, IL
Roosevelt Field – Gasrden City, NY
Stanford – Palo Alto, CA
White Plains, NY
The NYC-based women’s fashion and accessory retailer features six unique ‘shops’ including the “American Dream,” “Morocco,” “Hacienda” and “English Country,” each incorporating their own unique style and finishes. C. Wonder Tysons Corner is the company’s 1st Washington DC-metro store. Architect: Various Completed Locations:
Garden State Plaza – Paramus, NJ [renovation]
Pentagon Fashion Center – Arlington, VA
Roosevelt Field – Garden City, NY [renovation]
Spring Street (Soho) – NYC, NY [renovation]
Streets at Southpoint – Durham, NC
Tysons Corner Center – McLean, VA (pictured)
Westchester Mall – White Plains, NY [renovation]
These high-end stationary boutiques feature custom millwork, stained concrete floors (hardwood in the older locations) and a vivid paint schematic, creating the welcoming ambiance Paper Source has become known for.
Corte Maderia, CA
Houston, TX (x2)
The authentic British clothier opened its 4th U.S. store in the heart of Georgetown at 3221 M. Street. The boutique features imported millwork from Spain, reclaimed hardwood floors and a bright white paint palette that showcases the men’s and women’s outerwear. Architect: RGLA Location: Georgetown, D.C.
This 1000 square foot custom retail / jeweler fit-out was the 1st TOUS completed in Virginia. The Barcelona, Spain-based retailer is pushing quickly into the United States, and plans to open 30 stores next year.
Architect: Coratola Architectural Studios
Location: McLean, VA
When Federated Department Stores needs a reliable, professional contractor to complete their build-outs, they repeatedly turn to TEEL Construction. TEEL has completed 100’s of projects for this client throughout the country from dressing room and HVAC upgrades to full-floor renovations.
Bridal Registry – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Designer Bridge – Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Domestic’s Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Dress Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Dress Department – Willow Grove, PA
Dressing Rooms – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Dressing Rooms – Willow Grove, PA
Entrance Renovation – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Furniture Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Handbags Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Intimate Apparel – Atlanta, GA
Intimate Apparel – King of Prussia, PA
Mattress Department – Chevy Chase, MD
Mattress Department – Lenox Mall – Atlanta, GA
Ready to Wear – Complete 2Nd Floor Renovation – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Rug Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Textile Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
YES Department – Lenox Mall
Once Federated Department Stores bought-out Hecht’s, they solicited TEEL Construction to help with the Macy’s transition. Throughout the past 15 years, TEEL has renovated nearly every inch of this 315,000 square foot Macy’s @ Pentagon Fashion Center. Our work has included new carpet, paint, and extensive renovations to practically every department within the store and many more through the United States.
American Greeting– Fair Oaks, VA
American Greeting– Metro Center, DC
Designer Bridge – Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Fur Room – Metro Center, DC
Macy’s By Appointment [MBA] – Columbia, MD
Macy’s By Appointment [MBA] – Metro Center, DC
Men’s Department – Oxford Valley Mall, PA
Men’s Shoe Department – Metro Center, DC
Rug Department – Gaithersburg, MD
Textile Department – Fair Oaks, VA
Textile Department – King of Prussia, PA
Textile Department – Tysons Corner Center, VA
Women’s Shoe Department – Concord, MA
Women’s Shoe Department – Deptford Mall
Women’s Shoe Department – Wheaton Mall, MD
Women’s Shoe Department – Annapolis, MD