Location: Tysons Corner Center, McLean, VA.

Square Footage: 708

Architect: Maginniss + del Ninno Architects, PC

Client: Aesop

Description: TEEL was hired by Aesop to complete the build out of their first Virginia location. The build out included stone slabs for the walls and floors which created a very sleek design.

Blu Dot

Location: Georgetown, D.C.

Square Footage: 5,349

Architect: Studio Laan, PLLC

Client: Blu Dot Design & Manufacturing

Description: New high-end modern furniture store located at the heart of Georgetown. Extensive track lights and lighting controls were installed to properly showcase their 2-story gallery.

Tysons Corner Center – Interior Concourse Mall Renovation

Location: Tysons Corner Center, McLean, VA

Square Footage: 60,000+

Architect: RTKL

Client: Macerich

Description: 9 phases, occupied space. This high-degree of difficulty project included a high-end interior renovation of Tysons Corner Mall’s concourse in multiple phases over a 20-month duration. The scope included removal and replacement of the existing interior ceiling, finishes, railings, lighting and decorative elements. An elevated slab was removed to incorporate the installation of a new glass floor. Perhaps the most challenging part of the project included a 114’ diameter coffered ceiling 50’ above the lower level at the Macy’s Aviary Court. The project was completed entirely off-hours to allow the mall tenants and general public complete and unrestricted access to shops and restaurants.

Amazon 4-Star

Location: Bethesda, MD

Square Footage: 4,500

Architect: Graphite Design Group

Client: Amazon Retail

Description: Build out of new Amazon Retail concept 4 Star. Included all new MEP systems including integrated power and lighting busstrut grid system, new AHU’s and electric service.


Location: Arlington, VA

Square Footage: 2,500

Architect: Shremshock

Client: Untuckit

Description: High end build out at Pentagon Fashion Centre with a new, intricate storefront and fixture layout.

Five Below

Location: Various (Falls Church, VA pictured)

Square Footage: 9,090

Architect: Sargenti Architects

Client: Five Below

Description: Build-out of an existing retail space for a new tenant. basic scope of work included demolition, drywall, painting, polished concrete flooring, new lighting, 2 restrooms, BOH and main floor for a retail space


Location: Philadelphia, PA

Square Footage: 4,000

Architect: RMTA

Client: Champion

Description: 3 story, fast-tracked retail fit out with an open floor plan and high-end finishes.

Casa de Montecristo

Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 5,500

Architect: Tricarico Architecture & Design

Client: Casa de Montecristo

Description: 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.

Amazon Books

Location: Bethesda, MD

Square Footage: 6,000

Architect: TPG Architecture LLP

Client: Amazon

Description: Interior Tenant Fit-out within an existing building for Amazon Books store.


Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 1,100

Architect: TPG Architecture

Client: Christofle

Description: Christofle is a high-end french flatware/silverware tenant fit-out built in City Center in downtown DC with all new MEP systems, millwork, tile and storefront.

Jared – The Galleria of Jewelry

Location: Charlottesville, VA

Square Footage: 5,300

Architect: FRCH Design Worldwide

Client: EDENS

Description: Jared – The Galleria of Jewelry has opened its newest location in Charlottesville, VA just after the 2017 New Year. This 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

Location: Tysons Corner Center, McLean, VA

Square Footage: 1,500

Architect: The Lawrence Group

Client: Warby Parker

Description: 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.

Saks Off 5th

Location: Various

Square Footage: Various

Architect: Various

Client: Saks 5th Avenue

Description: Saks off 5th, Saks Fifth Avenue outlet brand, is in the midst of a rapid expansion, which lead to a need for a fast construction turnaround. TEEL deliver the stores within 8-12 weeks.


Location: Various

Square Footage: 3,200

Architect: Mark Vetter Architecture

Client: SoulCycle

Description: SoulCycle tasked TEEL with building this 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.

Kit and Ace

Location: Bethesda, MD

Square Footage: 5,900

Architect: Bergmeyer Architecture

Client: Kit & Ace

Description: 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 Streets

Location: Washington, DC and Beverly Hills, CA

Square Footage: 6,000

Architect: Jeffrey Hutchison

Client: HMX Group

Description: A 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.

Spartan Surfaces

Location: Washington, DC

Square Footage: 2,700

Architect: Collective Architecture

Client: Spartan Surfaces

Description: 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 showrooms’ 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.

C. Wonder

Location: Various

Square Footage: Various

Architect: Various

Client: C Wonder

Description: 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.

Paper Source

Location: Various

Square Footage: Various

Architect: RGLA

Client: Paper Source

Description: These high-end stationery boutiques feature custom millwork, stained concrete floors (hardwood in older locations) and a vivid paint schematic, creating the welcoming ambiance Paper Source has become known for.


Location: Georgetown, DC

Square Footage: 4,000

Architect: RGLA

Client: Barbour

Description: 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.


Location: Georgetown, D.C.

Square Footage: 6,000

Client: BoConcept

Description: Base building renovation of a former car dealership and conversion into this modern furniture gallery. Contracted structural improvements, a replacement of all interior floor structures, roof replacement, installation of a three stop elevator, installation of new interior stairs with railings, installation of all life safety services, and changes to the building’s façade.