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remodel

To change the appearance or utility of a building.
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Best Mid-budget Remodel ($2 million to $5 million) -- Community-focused Conventional Format Store Designer: King Retail Solutions, Eugene, Ore.
Our plan is to remodel roughly half of our store base by the end of fiscal 2010 and remodel substantially all of our stores by fiscal 2013.
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Other reasons homeowners remodel, in order, are to add more amenities, needed maintenance and repair, or lifestyle considerations.
Many of today's remodels are in lieu of store construction, primarily because of increasing building costs.
Key services include store remodels and renovations, new store sets, fixture roll-outs, project management and general contracting.
Key services include store remodels and renovations, new store sets, fixture roll-outs, merchandising, project management and general contracting.
Westerners also prefer remodeled kitchens and basements; in this region, for example, a minor midrange kitchen remodel may return 112.
As Lepley noted, M2 is more than just an evolution in marketing and merchandising: "To make it a practical solution that Office Depot could roll out as our new store format or utilize as part of our remodel program, M2 had to demonstrate efficiencies of operation.
The contest's other categories include entire house remodels, kitchen redesigns, bath redesigns, universal design, and historic preservation.
The 16-year-old company provides a full range of services from large additions and kitchen and bath remodels to window installations and exquisite ceramic tile work.
During the month, the company opened 10 new stores and completed 4 store remodels.