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MulvannyG2 Architecture

Contact:
Wendy Abeel, Communications Manager
1110 112th Ave. NE, Ste. 500
Bellevue, WA 98004

Telephone: (425) 463-2000
Fax: (425) 463-2002
Email: wendy.abeel@mulvannyg2.com
Website: www.mulvannyg2.com

2011 Total Annual Billings: $48,341,000
2011 Retail Design Billings: $42,832,000
2011 Retail Square Footage: 22,000,000

Year Established: 1971

Number of Employees: 308

New Stores: 115
Renovated Stores: 140
Rollout Projects: 35
Other Projects: 5 retail mall renovations and retail center remodels

Services Provided:
Architecture, store design/planning, visual merchandising, project management, signage/graphics design, document/roll-out coordination, branding & identity design, cost management

Department Stores: 9%
Big Box/Warehouse Stores/Discount/Mass Merchandise Stores: 60%
Apparel Specialty Stores: 6%
Non-Apparel Specialty Stores: 1%
Supermarket/Grocery/Drugstores: 15%
Restaurant/Food Service: 5%
Other: 3% mall and retail center remodels

Leading Retail Clients: Costco Wholesale, Target, Kohl's, Kroger

Green Projects: Tonkon Torp Law Offices, Portland, Ore.; Costco Wholesale, 20 warehouses nationwide; Safeway; Fred Meyer

Percentage of Work Outside the U.S.: 20%

International Work Done: Canada, Mexico, Australia, China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea

Most Exciting Project of 2011: Fred Meyer Burlingame (a subsidiary of The Kroger Co.), located in Portland, Ore. MulvannyG2 led the comprehensive redesign of the existing store in suburban Portland, one of numerous regional "one stop" shopping superstores featuring home and garden based retail and grocery items. Upgrades to the 50-year-old store incorporated sustainable practices and visual enhancements in responding to the need for improved seismic and structural integrity, while enabling the store's appearance to keep pace with higher-style stores in the area. Creative thinking circumvented challenges of a land-locked setting between two major thoroughfares in accommodating additional square footage, in keeping within budget constraints that prohibited entirely new construction. Clever revisions with an eye to both efficiency and appearance resulted in a fresh, vibrant appearance that maintains the approachable ambiance of this long-standing neighborhood shopping center, along with meeting corporate business goals.

 



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