Commercial Construction & Renovation

MAY-JUN 2017

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CIRCLE NO. 68 FORTNEY & WEYGANDT, INC. General Contracting • Design/Build • Construction Program Management 31269 Bradley Rd. • North Olmsted, OH 44070 • www.fortneyweygandt.com • 440.716.4000 Contact Matthew Frank, Director of Business Development Tiffany Hayden is a design writer and public relations supervisor based in Los Angeles. For more information of Room Resolutions, visit www.roomresolutions.com. new products from brands Scott and Yeti. New styles of bicycles and accessories also now can be found in the store. Professional design services at Procyclery were well worth it – the store has seen sales soar since Room Res- olutions' finished the project less than a year ago. Customers who have been shopping with the company for years comment that the new look makes Pro- cyclery feel more like "their" store and a place they want to spend more time. "It was a challenge to complete the project on such a tight timeline, allowing only one day for installation," Amanda Cunningham says. "We were able to give the store a brand new look in time for the store's grand opening." With results like this, other bike retailers are taking note and bringing on design teams of their own to bolster sales and gain new customers. CCR Customers who have been shopping with the company for years comment that the new look makes Procyclery feel more like "their" store and a place they want to spend more time. "Women are the fastest-growing segment in cycling, and we wanted a store that was welcoming and attractive for women shoppers while still being an authentic bike shop," Cheri Tillman says. "We knew we needed to better merchan- dise our clothing and accessories, and make the store more inviting to foot traffic in the busy shopping center." A part of the retail family Village Square has other establishments for the active community, with yoga studios, a smoothie shop and Orange Theory Fitness. The design is simple, allowing the merchandise to speak for itself through improved display methods. Stained concrete floors, brick accent walls, reclaimed wooden shelves and homey accents set a casual tone upon entering the store. A wall of windows lets in more natural light and allows pedestrians a view of what's inside. New stainless steel display walls house the store's helmet and shoe lines. The open concept repair shop encour- ages conversation between the employees and the customers they've come to know on a first name basis. The larger 4,200 square foot space allowed Procyclery to expand its offering, with 155 MAY : JUNE 2017 — COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION

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