Our professional craftsmen worked energetically and on schedule by completing 30-40 units per month. We want every client to be very impressed with our level of professionalism, have everything was done in a timely fashion and even surpassing your expectations. The only surprises should be that it turns out better than anticipated. Our expert teams ensure that all projects are approached with confidence and the unmatched ability to execute no matter what size the project is or who the client is. From smaller retail shops and manufacturing facilities to major apartment renovations, we promise to deliver exceptional results time and time again.
For this Lake Calhoun tenant improvement project we worked to create and revamp their look while keeping residents relaxed and excited to see the outcome. With minimal interruptions to day-to-day operations, you, too can be assured your apartment buildings will look as great even while work is in progress. We are passionate about doing our remodel work.
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Detailed finish work Large-Scale Tenant Improvement Project included:
- new base
- door and window trim
- new doors
- kitchen countertops
- light fixtures
- bathroom mirrors
- new theater room
- fresh paint
The Lake Calhoun complex is also where we completely updated all apartment amenities like:
- indoor pool and recreation area
- fitness center
- spin/exercise room
- movie theate
- party room
- business center
Construction and commercial remodeling doesn't have to be stressful. By working together, we can help minimize upheaval and help you make decisions along the way faster. We pride ourselves on being your reliable partner throughout the whole process. As skilled, thoughtful, and relational professionals, we’ll listen to your wants and make sure you feel at ease right from the start.
Titus Contracting Inc is a mid-sized general contractor built on small-company values, large-company capabilities, and quality, where lasting relationships count more than anything.
Written by Scott Rajavuori on April 23, 2012