Retail / Commercial
Avenue 5 Institute
The interior finish-out of Avenue Five Institute gave the cosmetology school an incredible new look articulating Fifth Avenue, New York. It's clean lines in a North Austin strip center provided a multi-use facility in 12,000 square feet. In addition to the front retail and spacious styling areas, student training rooms, a break room and administrative offices that allows a view of the entire salon were construction by Pinnacle Construction. The complete MEP systems were rebuilt, along with entire slab removal and clean concrete replacement for underground plumbing renovations. A private entrance for students was added on the south side of the space. Retro styling finishes add the ideal touch for this successful project.
Pinnacle Construction was presented with a structural shell with all of the plumbing, mechanical and electrical roughs to be strategically hidden above nearly finished drywall ceilings. The construction finish out of this space was a beautiful success, to include a hydrotherapy room and 18 individual treatment rooms with the relaxing environment of a high end spa. The unique challenge of accelerated scheduling with the current conditions did not cause delay, as construction was completed within a short 84 days. Located on the first floor in the 5th Street Commons, Hiatus is 5,600 s/f of relaxing ambiance.
Designed by Austin Joel Mozersky, Redbird is an inviting retail store with washed wood flooring, custom fixtures with wood and metal accents. Located in Westlake, the store has clean lines creating the perfect back drop for the eclectic merchandise.
By George was built to be a space with a contemporary combination of wood and steel with a modern yet warm feel. Elevated from the street, the storefront system with huge glass windows and doors were constructed to offer a visible display of merchandise for passers-by. Pinnacle Construction's use of high ceilings, an indoor/outdoor planter bed and beautifully unique flooring distinguish this store in Austin's South Congress shopping district.
A new interior finish out of a 2,300 s/f space on Guadalupe St. created Campus Candy, located across from the University of Texas at Austin campus. With limited square footage, Pinnacle Construction installed over 400 candy bins custom built into the store. The styling included putting in place a combination of materials ranging from 1" white tile to stainless steel hardware. The mechanical system that serves frozen yogurt and the refrigerated beverage and dessert item area required new underground utilities and an upgrade of existing services for this sweet store.
The finishes are as sweet as the merchandise. The entire space is lined with custom painted wood candy displays. Int he center of the space, a custom cash wrap encloses refrigerated displays, a snow cone machine and gift wrapping station, making it unique and specific for the space. The party room can be partitioned with sliding doors and has customized built in cabinets topped with mirrors. The finishes are white, bright and meticulous!
Interior remodel of a restaurant to create an Office and Therapy Center. Finishes are unique in both material and color, decorative ceiling panels also serving as sound barriers, and open therapy rooms.