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May/June • 2016 Vol. 15, No.3 SPECIAL COVERAGE

Industry Events 18  Commercial Construction & Renovation People – Minneapolis, MN 22  Commercial Construction & Renovation People – Charlotte, NC

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36  Leading Engineers Annual survey highlights today’s top firms 58  Today’s leading lighting manufacturers See who made our annual listing

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Commerical Kitchens 85  Crushing it  How the Crushed Red is helping change the fast-casual game 94 Cleaning the air  Columbus, Ohio’s beloved North Market gets a ventilation makeover

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A big dog says goodbye K eeping mostly to himself, Ed Stack was one of the most laid back (shy, really) sporting good executives in the room. In the late ’80s, Dick's Sporting Goods, of which Stack serves as CEO, wasn't the mother-of-all sporting goods retailers that it is today. That honor belonged to The Sports Authority (TSA). During our Sporting Goods Retail Summits, everybody wanted to get in front of Sports Authority CEO Jack Smith, the former COO of Herman’s World of Sports. Smith was a “dressed-to-the-nines,” commanding figure who demanded attention, even when he didn’t say a word.

Walk into a Dick’s Sporting Goods or Academy Sports today, and you can see the history – and legacy – that Sports Authority created. As one of TSA’s key founding executives, Smith would help lead the retailer to heights other sporting goods executives could only dream about at the time – a super-sized sporting goods outlet known as the superstore. At the time, the concept boggled the mind. As an editor for Sports Trend magazine, I was lucky enough to be a part of retail history. Along with The Sports Authority, our Summits were filled with leaders from Modell’s Sporting Goods, REI, Foot Locker, Champs, The Finish Line, Dunham’s Sports, and the list went on. These innovate and enterprising minds charted the future of an industry that would change the way we viewed retailing. Founded in Lakes Mall in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., The Sports Authority was created by a venture capital syndicate. In the five

years from the day it opened its first store in 1987 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., TSA expanded to 136 stores in 26 states, eventually being spun off from parent Kmart. Later, it would merge with Gart Sports (2003) and Copeland Sports (2006), continuing its ascension into retail folklore. As with most trendsetters, It was a great ride – until it wasn’t. One of Sports Authority’s biggest problems was its debt. Analysts blame, among other things, TSA’s attempt to invest heavily in e-commerce and store remodels. In addition, it had to compete with Dick’s, which has the liquidity and sales figures to weather market fluctuations, and Amazon, which continues to steal market share from many big box stores. Retail differentiation also was an issue. Competition from omnichannel merchants, as well as brands themselves (Nike and Under Armour stores, for example), made it difficult for Sports Authority to stand out in the marketplace. In the cruelest of ironies, Dick’s is eyeing spaces from some of the 463 stores Sports Authority will close (along with sites from another bankrupt competitor, Sport Chalet). The closings will leave about 20 million square feet of sporting goods retail space. Back in the day, it’s hard to say if anybody could have imagined the rise – and eventual fall – of The Sports Authority. Walk into a Dick’s Sporting Goods or Academy Sports today, and you can see the history – and legacy – that Sports Authority created. And, as the commercial construction market continues its rebound from hard times that smacked every market around, you can plainly see the steps each brand takes to ensure that growth is measured – and quantified. What are your memories and thoughts of the “superstore” approach to retailing? I’d love to hear them?

Michael J. Pallerino is the editor of Commercial Construction & Renovation. You can reach him at 678.513.2397 or via email at mikep@ccr-mag.com.

We want to hear from you At Commercial Construction & Renovation, we’re always looking to showcase the best of what our industry is doing. If you have a project profile or a fresh perspective on how to keep our industry positively moving forward, shoot me an email at mikep@ccr-mag.com. We’d love to take a look.

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Target

Target plans to improve market penetration by adding smaller-footprint stores to neighborhood shopping centers where big-box stores are not possible. The TargetExpress locations, one of its urban formats, offer about 20,000 square feet of space, compared to the 116,000-square-foot flagship stores. The retailer plans to open 19 locations with less than 50,000 square feet over the next two years.

Dollar General

Dollar General will add 900 more stores this year and an additional 1,000 by the end of next year.

Dick’s Sporting Goods

Dick’s Sporting Goods plans to open 36 new stores by the end of this year.

Crate and Barrel

Crate and Barrel will open its first Nevada store at the Downtown Summerlin center near Las Vegas, a location that was expected to open in 2007, but was delayed because of the recession.

Publix

Publix is scouting sites for stores in Virginia, including Northern Virginia. The announcement raises hope that the grocer will open in the Washington, D.C., area.

Kroger

Kroger has acquired a “significant” stake in Boulder, Colo.-based Lucky’s Market, a natural food grocery chain with 17 stores in 13 states. The deal will give Lucky’s the cash it needs to accelerate its expansion plans and position Kroger for an entry into Florida.

Restaurants Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A, which will open 100 new outlets nationally this year, is planning to open more than a dozen in the New York City area.

Chipotle Mexican Grill

Chipotle Mexican Grill has applied to trademark the phrase “Better Burger” with an eye on launching a burger concept. In addition to its namesake burrito chain, Chipotle has launched Asian-inspired ShopHouse and Pizzeria Locale.

Taco Bell

Taco Bell plans to open 2,000 new locations over the next six years, about 10 percent of them in urban locations

Panera Bread/Paradise Bakery

Panera Bread will close some small Paradise Bakery & Cafe locations and accelerate the conversion of others to Panera eateries over the next few years.

Smoke’s Poutinerie

Canada-based Smoke’s Poutinerie is expanding in the Midwest, with at least one location expected to open in the region this year. The expansion may include Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. The company wants to have a total of 1,300 units by 2020.

Veggie Grill

West Coast plant-based restaurant chain Veggie Grill plans to expand eastward to new markets, including Chicago, Denver and Washington, D.C.

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W Hotels Worldwide expects to increase its 46-hotel portfolio to 70 in the next four years, with four coming in 2016. North America will be the focus for both new builds and renovations.

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Choice Hotels International brand Sleep Inn is getting its first cosmetic overhaul in five years, with common areas now designed to attract Millennial travelers who like using communal hotel space. The biggest change is revamped exteriors that are more appealing to walk-in guests.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide plans to continue expanding its eco-oriented extended-stay Element brand beyond the pending merger with Marriott International. The 22 hotels under the eightyear-old brand are projected to increase to 46 by 2018.

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“There’s a coolness that comes into these areas. People want to be there.” – Geoff Bailey, a broker with SCG Retail, on why Brooklyn and Queens are emerging as serious competitors for hotel space for the more than 56 million visitors who travel annually to New York City

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25 The percent of retailers that will open up to 10 new stores this year, according a CBRE report. In addition, 23 percent plan to open as many as 20 locations and 17 percent will open 40 or more stores, the report found.

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and returns for residential, commercial, and mixed-use development. Arcadis believes the parcels could attract renewed investment and revitalize former industrial sites. By enabling industrial land owners, city leaders and developers to focus on common opportunities, ULRI will help to unlock the potential of surplus industrial properties – breathing new life back into communities, creating a lasting legacy for citizens, and generating significant returns from prime, underutilized land.

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Louisville, KY San Jose, CA Denver, CO Bakersfield, CA Riverside, CA Oakland, CA Baton Rouge, LA Lexington, KY Miami, FL Jersey City, NJ

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2: Tim Morrison, Little Diversified Architectural Consultancy; Deron Breeze, Fairmont Signs

6: Bart Whitney, Whitney Creative Group; David Corson, CCR

3: Lauren & Bret Hanks, Ameritech Facility Services; David O’Brien, Southern Deli Holdings 4: Sean Reyman, Restaurant Design & Development; Olessya Slivko, Skin Therapy & Lash Studio

7: Jeff Roark, Little Diversified Architectural Consultancy; Jim Schepp, CoxSchepp Construction 8: Angela Saladino, Illuminating Technologies; Lisa Caskey, McKibbon Hospitality

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A foundation of

excellence By Michael J. Pallerino

How McKibbon became the face of hospitality

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t McKibbon, the strategy is pretty straightforward. The award-winning, privately held company doesn’t just

measure its success by the quality of its work, but also by the lives it touches along the way. It’s not about the volume of hotels it builds and manages. That last part is pretty important. For more the 50 years, McKibbon Hospitality has operated on always adhering to its core values of integrity, trust and loyalty. The Gainesville, Ga., and Tampa, Fla.-based company continues to forge working relationships with a portfolio that features more than 80 properties throughout the United States, and includes over 70 hotels managed for third-party owners. The McKibbon brand specializes in select-service, extended stay and lifestyle brands, including hotel powerhouses such as Courtyard by Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, SpringHill Suites by Marriott, TownePlace Suites by Marriott, Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Hampton by Hilton, Four Points by Sheraton and Aloft Hotels. Since 1994, McKibbon has won honors for top new build and top general manager every year. With a strength in the professional teams it brings to the table, the company continues to build a foundation of excellence in every facet of hospitality development and management, from site selection and financing, to construction and hotel opening. Commercial Construction & Renovation sat down with Erik Rowen, VP of Development, to see what McKibbon Hospitality’s plans are for 2016 and beyond

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A FOUNDATION OF EXCELLENCE Give us a snapshot of today’s hospitality marketplace.

Things are quite busy right now. It seems we still have some labor shortages in certain sub markets, but we are continuing to embrace key contractor partnerships to ensure the success of our projects.

Tell us about what we should expect from McKibbon in 2016.

We have several exciting new build projects underway right now, including projects with Marriott, Hilton and Starwood. Our projects range from an urban dual brand property, to mixed-use urban projects, to conventional more prototypical hotels.

What is the most pressing item on McKibbon’s to-do list?

We really want to grow our development footprint by helping others develop. We are expanding our third party development services. We have the capacity and are excited to share our experience and expertise with other owners.

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We are fortunate to have great resources in the industry to help us maximize value for our properties. We are also focusing a great deal on new technology and sensible green initiatives.

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How has business been this year overall?

Business has been great. Strategically, we have been able to put together some very complex deals and see them transform into reality without the vision being altered.

What have been some of the biggest surprises this past year? I would have to say the Marriott and Starwood merger.

What are some of your biggest opportunities moving ahead?

I think that our biggest opportunity from a development perspective is to further develop our relationships with key consultants, contractors, franchisors and third party owners. They are the biggest contributors to our success.

Are you optimistic about the road ahead?

Yes, I am definitely optimistic about the road ahead, yet ready to redirect our


course as needed. There always seems to be great opportunities. Regardless of where we are in the cycle, it is just a matter of finding them and making sure we are in the best position to adapt to the changing environment.

What is your growth plan? How many locations are you targeting in 2016?

Strategically, we have been able to put together some very complex deals and see them transform into reality without the vision being altered.

We currently have five hotels under construction, with a few more in the pipeline to get under way by the end of the year.

What’s driving the growth?

Our growth is driven by brand availability in target markets with the right mix of demand and amenities.

What markets are you targeting? Ah, that’s a trade secret.

Talk about your refresh strategy?

We provide renovation management services for our owned hotels and for hotels owned by third parties. We feel it’s important to keep our hotels “refreshed” to maintain our competitive advantage while not spending capital dollars on items that don’t truly enhance the guest experience. All of the brands seem to be evolving to address the changing needs of the Millennial traveler from a technological perspective and a lifestyle perspective. We are addressing these issues in our renovation program by always staying focused on the needs of our guests. MAY : JUNE 2016 — COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION

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A FOUNDATION OF EXCELLENCE What trends do you see evolving in the hospitality construction arena?

We are constantly studying new construction methods and techniques to save cost and time during construction without impacting the quality or longevity of the project. We also look at replacement cost and study lifecycle analysis whenever we introduce new methods and materials. It is key to keeping a competitive edge. We are fortunate to have great resources in the industry to help us maximize value for our properties. We are also focusing a great deal on new technology and sensible green initiatives.

Walk us through your construction strategy.

We focus on partnering with contractors that we have built relationships with over time. It reduces risk and volatility in the project cost, which allows the pricing we receive to be

We are constantly studying new construction methods and techniques to save cost and time during construction without impacting the quality or longevity of the project.

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A FOUNDATION OF EXCELLENCE more competitive. Everyone knows what the others expectations are, therefore the expectations are easier to meet.

One-on-one with...

What does your sustainability plan look like?

We focus on sustainability, not only during construction, but for post construction/post opening processes as well. We target common sense green initiatives that are good for the environment and create value for our properties.

Erik Rowen VP of Development, McKibbon Hospitality

How important is that your customers?

It’s very important. Our customers are environmentally conscious and expect us to be as well.

What’s the most rewarding part of your job? It’s definitely the relationships and friendships I have created with our consultants, contractors, designers, franchisors and McKibbon colleagues. What was the best advice you ever received? That the true strength of your relationships will always shine the brightest during the darkest moment. It’s easy to get along when everything goes the way it is supposed to, but it’s when you have challenges and problems when we all get tested. That is when our true colors show. What’s the best thing a client ever said to you? When franchisors call us for advice, or to give feedback on brand items. What are the three strongest traits any leader should have? Honesty, integrity and loyalty.

Tell us about any awards you have received?

What is the true key to success for any manager? For any manager, it is to be able to align yourself with the best people to have on your team.

We have received awards for hotel opening of the year from every brand. We focus a great deal on our openings, both from a construction perspective and an operational perspective. Having a great opening really sets the property and its staff up for success.

What’s your favorite vacation spot and why? The Florida Keys – it’s really the best place for my family and I to escape everyday life. It’s so relaxing.

What is today’s customer looking for?

What book are you reading now? It is a biography about Elon Musk. The guy is intense.

They want an experience that is unique to the destination, whether it’s the local cuisine, art, craft brewery, etc. They want to be immersed in the local culture.

What should people expect from McKibbon brand moving forward?

Innovation, cutting edge technology, strong ties to local culture, including, but not limited to art at each property. CCR

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How do you like to spend your down time? My family and I spend all of our down time on the water at Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Ga. My wife and children love boating, sailing and water sports. There is really no place we would rather be.

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IDC knows the most important aspects of your project are the quality your guests expect, a schedule that minimizes impact, and a budget you can count on. We’re prepared to deliver.

IDC Construction delivers a complete range of services to our clients in all aspects of hotel repair, renovation, and construction management. Focusing only on hospitality renovations allows IDC to develop a systematic approach to projects that delivers a superior product to our clients. IDC has the proven experience to make your renovation project a success. CIRCLE NO. 17

IDC Construction, LLC A Hospitality Company In The Construction Business 1000 Churchill Court Woodstock, GA 30188 678-213-1110 www.idcconstruction.com


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GENERAL CONTRACTING

See who made our annual General Contractors Listing

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o help keep you connected with the industry’s leading general contractors, our annual “General Contractors Listing” gives you the information you need to make the right decisions. Our exclusive listings provides the contact information and contact person for each of the reporting companies. If your company was not on the list, contact publisher David Corson at davidc@ccr-mag.com. For a digital version, visit us online at www.ccr-mag.com.

THE WHITING-TURNER CONTRACTING COMPANY........... $564,668,947.00 EMJ CORPORATION....................... $274,479,657.00 ROCKFORD CONSTRUCTION.......... $238,886,567.00 HOAR CONSTRUCTION, LLC........... $204,192,000.00 O’NEIL INDUSTRIES, INC................. $170,750,000.00 SCHIMENTI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY................................... $150,000,000.00

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MARCO CONSTRACTORS, LLC....... $25,000,000.00 SCHIMENTI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY................................... $25,000,000.00 WOLVERINE BUILDING GROUP........ $24,000,000.00 JG CONSTRUCTION........................ $15,000,000.00 PRAIRIE CONTRACTORS, INC.......... $15,000,000.00

PEPPER CONSTRUCTION GROUP.... $119,000,000.00

CKP CONSTRUCTION..................... $14,000,000.00

MYCON GENERAL CONTRACTORS.. $112,000,000.00

INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTORS, INC................... $13,110,023.00

THE WHITING-TURNER CONTRACTING COMPANY............ $447,787,426.00 O’NEIL INDUSTRIES, INC.................. $125,000,000.00 LENDLEASE.................................... $119,500,000.00 EMJ CORPORATION........................ $116,409,481.00 EBCO GENERAL CONTRACTOR, LTD....... $69,778,232.00 IDC CONSTRUCTION LLC................. $68,000,000.00 WINTER CONSTRUCTION................. $68,000,000.00

FORTNEY & WEYGANDT, INC........... $12,564,305.00

TOTAL BILLINGS

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THE WHITING-TURNER CONTRACTING COMPANY........... $27,236,762.00

GRAY............................................. $132,382,148.00

WILLIAM A. RANDOLPH, INC........... $102,000,000.00

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W.H. BASS, INC.............................. $119,554,483.00

THE WHITING-TURNER CONTRACTING COMPANY.......... $5,836,618,963.00 LENDLEASE.................................. $3,067,200,000.00 GRAY............................................ $1,117,943,623.00 PEPPER CONSTRUCTION GROUP....... $1,110,400,000.00 EMJ CORPORATION...................... $868,569,798.00 O'NEIL INDUSTRIES, INC................ $683,000,000.00 HOAR CONSTRUCTION, LLC.......... $671,794,000.00

FIRST FINISH, INC........................... $65,000,000.00

ROCKFORD CONSTRUCTION......... $529,049,683.00

WILLIAM A. RANDOLPH, INC............ $60,000,000.00

S.M. WILSON & CO........................ $317,953,992.00

GRAY.............................................. $58,184,620.00

KBE BUILDING CORPORATION....... $235,680,744.00

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BeamTeam C.B Summer Construction Co., Inc. Alpharetta, GA 30004 Rick Hall, President 678-987-1809 www.thebeamteam.com rickhall@thebeamteam.com Year Established: 2005, No. of Employees: 600 Retail Billings: $70,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $70,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 2,750 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Groceries, Hotels

Roswell, GA 30075 Johnny Wilkins, Sr. Project Manager 770-772-9018 • FAX 770-752-7277 www.cbsummer.net johnny@cbsummer.net Year Established: 1984, No. of Employees: 12 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A, Retail Square Footage: N/A Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: N/A Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: N/A Total Square Footage: N/A, Specialize In: Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Boyle Construction Management, Inc. Central Construction Co., Inc.

Indianapolis, IN 46202 Allen Galloway, Vice President 317-269-0543 • FAX 317-269-0544 www.bcmi.us allen@bcmionline.com Year Established: 1994, No. of Employees: 20 Retail Billings: $3,981,146, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $2,407,285, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $13,690,698, Total Billings: $20,079,129 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 35, Retail Square Footage: 57,600 Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: 12,800 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 513,500 Total Square Footage: 583,900, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Casinos, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Industrial, Commercial

Chino, CA Gordon Paciorek, President 909-597-3300 • FAX 909-597-3325 www.centconco.com gordon@centconco.com Year Established: 1994, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 220, Retail Square Footage: N/A Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: N/A Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: N/A Total Square Footage: N/A, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Groceries, Drug Stores, Shopping Centers

Buildrite Construction Group Cicero’s Development Corp. Kennesaw, GA Byran Alexander, President 770-971-0787 www.buildriteconstruction.com bryan@buildriteconstruction.com Year Established: 1982, No. of Employees: 33 Retail Billings: $12,259,155, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $1,897,999, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $5,219,473, Total Billings: $19,376,627 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 410, Retail Square Footage: 213,825 Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: 35,555 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 25,000 Total Square Footage: 274,380, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Rental Car Facilities

Plainfield, IL Sam E. Cicero, President 866-904-0141 • FAX 630-904-7063 www.cicerosdev.com sjcicero@cicerosdev.com Year Established: 1970, No. of Employees: 35 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A, Retail Square Footage: N/A Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: N/A Federal Square Footage: N/A,Other Square Footage: N/A Total Square Footage: N/A, Specialize In: Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Hotels, Restaurants, Salons

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GENERAL CONTRACTING CKP Construction Construction One, Inc. Amarillo, TX 79102 Todd Barbour, President 806-420-0696 www.clkpconstruction.com tbarbour@ckpconstruction.com Year Established: 2011, No. of Employees: 7 Retail Billings: $1,700,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $14,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $15,700,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 100, Retail Square Footage: 22,000 Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: 4,000,000 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: N/A Total Square Footage: 422,000, Specialize In: Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Commonwealth Building, Inc. Quincy, MA 02169 Chris Fontaine, President 617-770-0050 • FAX 617-472-4734 www.combuild.com cfontaine@combuild.com Year Established: 1979, No. of Employees: 34 Retail Billings: $15,100,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $2,400,000, Total Billings: $17,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 49, Retail Square Footage: 305,263 Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: N/A Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 100,000 Total Square Footage: 405,263, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Education, Special Projects and Maintenance

Columbus, OH Bill Moberger, President 614-235-0057 • FAX 614-237-6769 www.constructionone.com wmoberger@constructionone.com Year Established: 1980, No. of Employees: 52 Retail Billings: $28,300,000, Hospitality Billings: $13,700,00 Restaurant Billings: $1,100,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $6,900,000, Total Billings: $50,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 85 Retail Square Footage: 1,000,000 Hospitality Square Footage: 300,000, Restaurant Square Footage: 15,000 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 500,000 Total Square Footage: 1,815,000, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Retail Stores, Education, Fitness, Hospitality Renovations

Davaco Dallas, TX Paul Hamer, EVP 214-373-4700 www.davacoinc.com info@davaco.com Year Established: 1990, No. of Employees: 1000+ Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants

Construction Advantage, Inc. De Jager Construction Wilmette, IL Mike Rothholtz, President 847-853-9300 constructadvantage@sbcglobal.net Year Established: 1998, No. of Employees: Varies Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 21 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Restaurants

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Wyoming, MI Dan DeJager, President/CEO 616-530-0060 • FAX 616-530-8619 www.dejagerconstruction.com dj1@dejagerci.com Year Established: 1970, No. of Employees: 45 Retail Billings: $26,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $26,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 84 Retail Square Footage: 492,874, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 492,874 Specialize In: Big-Box/Department, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers

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Desco Professional Builders DonahueFavret Contractors, Inc. Ellington, CT Robert Anderson, President 860-870-7070 • FAX 860-870-1074 www.descopro.com builders@descopro.com Year Established: 1983, No. of Employees: 40 Retail Billings: $16,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $3,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $3,000,000 (Millwork Manufacturing) Total Billings: $22,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 74 GC; 100 Millwork Projects Retail Square Footage: 412,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 30,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 442,000 Specialize In: Big Box, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Manufacturing

Mandeville, LA Beth Brantley, Marketing Director 985-626-4431 or 800-626-4431 FAX 985-626-3572 www.donahuefavret.com dfcinfo@donahuefavret.com Year Established: 1979, No. of Employees: 53 Retail Billings: $26,800,000, Hospitality Billings: $2,500,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $52,700,000, Total Billings: $82,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 9 Retail Square Footage: 174,101, Hospitality Square Footage: 19,165 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 205,741, Total Square Footage: 399,407 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Office Buildings

DLP Construction Co, Inc EBCO General Contractor, LTD

Alpharetta, GA 30005 Lynn Kaden, Director Business Development 770-887-3573 • FAX 770-887-2357 www.dlpconstruction.com lkaden@dlpconstruction.com Year Established: 1990, No. of Employees: 35 Retail Billings: $ 33,634,495, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $3,704,789, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $37,339,284 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 211 Retail Square Footage: 2,300,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 250,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 2,250,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Cameron, TX 76520 William A. Egger, VP Strategy & Corporate Development 254-697-8516 • FAX 254-697-8656 www.ebcogc.com william.egger@ebcogc.com Year Established: 1996, No. of Employees: 75 Retail Billings: $27,674,035, Hospitality Billings: $69,778.232 Restaurant Billings: $4,686,346, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $21,163,307, Total Billings: $123,301,920 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 31 Retail Square Footage: 37,932, Hospitality Square Footage: 776,514 Restaurant Square Footage: 15,693, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 68,484, Total Square Footage: 898,623 Specialize In: Healthcare, Hotels, Restaurants, Educations

Donnelly Construction Wayne, NJ Doug Berry, Senior Project Manager 973-672-1800 x 100 • FAX 973-677-1824 www.donnellyind.com dberry@donnellyind.com Year Established: 1977, No. of Employees: 100 Retail Billings: $7,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $20,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $10,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $500,000, Total Billings: $40,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 65 Retail Square Footage: 400,000, Hospitality Square Footage: 2,000,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 1,000,000 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 300,000 Total Square Footage: 3,700,000, Specialize In: Specialty Stores, Shopping, Restaurants, Country Clubs, Manufacturing

E.C. Provini Co., Inc Hazlet, NJ Joseph Lembo, President 732-739-8884 • FAX 732-739-8886 jlembo@ecprovini.com Year Established: 1986, No. of Employees: 20 Retail Billings: $49,700,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $49,700,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 107 Retail Square Footage: 250,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 250,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels

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GENERAL CONTRACTING ELAN General Contracting Fi Companies San Diego, CA 92108 Adrian Johnson, President 619-284-9174 • FAX 619-284-9175 www.elangc.com ajohnson@elangc.com Year Established: 1981, No. of Employees: 15 Retail Billings: $18,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $18,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A, Retail Square Footage: N/A Hospitality Square Footage: N/A, Restaurant Square Footage: N/A Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: N/A Total Square Footage: N/A, Specialize In: N/A

Old Bridge, NJ Amy M. Fonzi, Development Manager 732-727-8100 • FAX 732-518-2043 www.ficompanies.com afonzi@ficompanies.com Year Established: 1984, No. of Employees: 127 Retail Billings: $25,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $2,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $3,000,000, Total Billings: $30,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 215 Retail Square Footage: 3,000,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 150,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 250,000, Total Square Footage: 3,400,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Restaurants

EMJ Corporation First Finish, Inc.

Chattanooga, TN Jay Jolley, CEO 423-855-1550 • FAX 423-855-1550 www.emjcorp.com jjolley@emjcorp.com Year Established: 1968, No. of Employees: 456 Retail Billings: $274,479,657, Hospitality Billings: $116,409,481 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $477,680,660, Total Billings: $868,569,798 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 110 Retail Square Footage: 2,365,249, Hospitality Square Footage: 290,930 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 1,268,631, Total Square Footage: 3,924,810 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Healthcare, Casinos, Government, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Education

Columbia, MD Jason Stock, VP of Business Development 410-290-6450 • FAX 410-290-6451 www.firstfinish.net jstock@firstfinish.net Year Established: 1999, No. of Employees: 60 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $65,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $65,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 20 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: 1,930,000 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,930,000 Specialize In: Hotels

Fortney & Weygandt, Inc. North Olmsted, OH

Federal Heath Greg Freeh, President Specialty Contracting 440-716-4000 • FAX 440-716-4010

Delaware, OH Mark McCreary, Director of Operations 740-368-4140 • FAX 740-368-4121 www.fhspecialtycontracting.com mmccreary@federalheath.com Year Established: 1994, No. of Employees: Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 100+ Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Restaurants, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations

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www.fortneyweygandt.com gfreeh@fortneyweygandt.com Year Established: 1978, No. of Employees: 107 Retail Billings: $60,614,870, Hospitality Billings: $6,155,337 Restaurant Billings: $12,564,305, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $10,304,582, Total Billings: $89,639,094 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 89 Retail Square Footage: 264,584 Hospitality Square Footage: 89,432 Restaurant Square Footage: 100,874 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 120,207 Total Square Footage: 575,097, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Senior Living

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GENERAL CONTRACTING Fulcrum Construction Great Northern Blds, LLC Atlanta, GA Amy Angeli, Marketing Coordinator 770-612-8005 • FAX 770-612-8115 www.fulcrumconstruction.com aangeli@fulcrumconstruction.com Year Established: 2003, No. of Employees: 85 Retail Billings: $ 98,267,439, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $1,732,561 Federal Billings: $ N/A, Other Billings: $ N/A Total Billings: $100,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 406 Retail Square Footage: 2,500,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 75,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 2,575,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants

Inner Grove Heights, MN Natalie Velez, General Manager 651-455-9371 • FAX 651-552-4932 www.gnbmn.com Natalie@gnbmn.com Year Established: 2009, No. of Employees: 5 Retail Billings: $700,000, Hospitality Billings: $5,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $200,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $100,000, Total Billings: $1,005,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 10 Retail Square Footage: 5,000, Hospitality Square Footage: 1,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 15,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 3,000, Total Square Footage: 24,000 Specialize In: Specialty Stores, Restaurants

Granger Contracting Company Healy Construction Services & N-STORE Services Crestwood, IL

Chesterfield, MO Kevin Zigrang, Director Business Development 636-778-2630 • FAX 636-778-2630 www.gnhservices.com kevin@gnhservices.com Year Established: 1983, No. of Employees: 75 Retail Billings: $25,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $25,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 800 Retail Square Footage: 2,700,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 2,7000,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Grocery, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Education

Jim Healy, Vice President 708-396-0440 • FAX 708-596-0412 www.healyconst.com jhealy@healyconstructionservices.com Year Established: 1988, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Restaurants

Gray Hirsch Construction Corp

Anaheim, CA Eric Berg, Sr. Vice President 714-491-1317 • FAX 714-333-9700 www.gray.com EBerg@gray.com Year Established: 1960, No. of Employees: 642 Retail Billings: $132,382,148, Hospitality Billings: $58,184,620 Restaurant Billings: $1,122,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $926,254,855, Total Billings: $1,117,943,623 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 210 Retail Square Footage: 3,950,270, Hospitality Square Footage: 320,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 25,842, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 3,322,088, Total Square Footage: 7,618,200 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Distribution Centers, Entertainment, Film/TV Studios, Theme Parks

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Danvers, MN Adam Hirsch, President 978-762-8744 • FAX 978-762-8455 www.hirschcorp.com ahirsch@hirschcorp.com Year Established: 1983, No. of Employees: 27 Retail Billings: $25,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $1,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $4,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $30,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 50 Retail Square Footage: 150,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 150,000 Specialize In: Specialty Stores, Restaurants, Other

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Hoar Construction Hunter Building Corp Birmingham, AL Stacey Berthon, Senior Vice President 205-423-2201 • FAX 205-423-2323 www.hoar.com sberthon@hoar.com Year Established: 1940, No. of Employees: 575 Retail Billings: $204,192,000, Hospitality Billings: $7,681,000 Restaurant Billings: $1,513,000, Federal Billings: $25,651,000 Other Billings: $432,757,000, Total Billings: $671,794,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 24 Retail Square Footage: 1,805,960, Hospitality Square Footage: 280,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 1,500, Federal Square Footage: 188,500 Other Square Fo5otage: 5,673,025, Total Square Footage: 7,948,985 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Healthcare, Government, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Offices, Multifamily, Banks, Manufacturing

Houston, TX 77079 Peter Ferri, President 281-377-6550, • FAX 281-752-8600 Admin@hunterbuilding.com Year Established: 2007, No. of Employees: 15 Retail Billings: $8,3000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $2,600,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $400,000, Total Billings: $11,300,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 50 Retail Square Footage: 150,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 6,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 20,000, Total Square Footage: 176,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Healthcare, Casinos, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Other

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Horizon Horizon Retail Construction, Inc. Elk Grove Village, IL RETAIL CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Sturtevant, WI Kelly Weis, Business Development 262-638-6000 www.horizonretail.com kellyw@horizonretail.com Year Established: 1993, No. of Employees: 275 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Hotels, Restaurants, Education

Lori O’Brien, VP Sales 877-740-4266 www.iconid.com lobrien@iconid.com Year Established: 1931, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $3,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $5,400,000, Federal Billings: $N/A Other Billings: $1,000,000, Total Billings: 9,900,000 (25 Million in 2016) Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 1200 Retail Square Footage: 1,000,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 3,000,000 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 500,000 Total Square Footage: 4,500,000, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Restaurants

IDC Construction LLC Hotel Services, Inc. Woodstock, GA

Mount Dora, FL Debbie Hennessey, Chief Operating Office 352-735-6700 • FAX 352-735-6739 www.hotelservicesinc.com info@hotelservicesinc.com Year Established: 2001, No. of Employees: 6 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $1,500,000 Restaurant Billings: $500,000, Federal Billings: $ Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $2,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 10 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: 600,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 50,000, Other Square Footage: N/A Federal Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 650,000 Specialize In: Casinos, Hotels, Restaurants

Gary Williams, Owner 678-213-1110 • FAX 678-213-1109 www.idcconstruction.com gwilliams@idcconstruction.com Year Established: 1960, No. of Employees: 642 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $68,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $68,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 19 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: 1,830,000 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,830,000 Specialize In: Hotels

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GENERAL CONTRACTING Integrated Construction, LLC JG Construction Jacksonville, FL Justin Beebe, VP Hospitality 904-356-6715 • FAX 904-356-6714 www.integratedfl.com jbeebe@inteconst.com Year Established: 2007, No. of Employees: 29 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $11,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $46,000,000, Total Billings: $57,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 42 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: 315,200 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 1,810,000 (Senior Living) Total Square Footage: 2,125,200, Specialize In: Healthcare, Hotels, Senior Living

Chino, CA Wally Clark, Vice President 909-993-9393 • FAX 909-993-9394 www.jgconstruction.com wallyc@jgconstruction.com Year Established: 1979, No. of Employees: 60 Retail Billings: $15,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $15,000,000, Federal Billings: $N/A Other Billings: $5,000,000, Total Billings: $35,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: 100,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 105,000 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 50,000 Total Square Footage: 255,000, Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

KBE Building Corporation

International Contractors, Inc. Farmington, CT Elmhurst, IL Bruce Bronge, President 630-834-8043 • FAX 630-834-8046 www.iciinc.com bbronge@iciinc.com Year Established: 1982, No. of Employees: 45 Retail Billings: $34,011,424, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $13,110,023, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $54,116,237, Total Billings: $101,237,684 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 12 Retail Square Footage: 272,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 20,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 177,000, Total Square Footage: 469,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Restaurants, Education

JA Carpentry, Inc Hackensack, NJ Bob Krykowski, Vice President 201-498-1477 • FAX 201-498-1478 www.jacarpentry.com info@jacarpentry.com Year Established: 1995, No. of Employees: 35 Retail Billings: $15,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $15,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Specialty Stores

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Allan Kleban, Vice President of Business Development 860-284-7466 • FAX 860-284-7866 www.kbebuilding.com akleban@kbebuilding.com Year Established: 1959, No. of Employees: 120 Retail Billings: $68,274,617, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $3,920,966, Federal Billings: $7,412,006 Other Billings: $37,321,832, Total Billings: $235,680,744 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 32 Retail Square Footage: 870,159, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage22,267, Federal Square Footage: 56,700 Other Square Footage: 306.190, Total Square Footage: 1,255,316 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Casinos, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Corporate, Senior Living

Kellogg & Kimsey, Inc. Sarasota, FL Brent Bobo, Vice President Business Development 941-927-7700 • FAX 941-927-7705 www.kelloggkimsey.com bbobo@kelloggkimsey.com Year Established: 1986, No. of Employees: 52 Retail Billings: $22,700,000, Hospitality Billings: $49,500,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $7,620,000, Total Billings: $80,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 9 Retail Square Footage: 126,500, Hospitality Square Footage: 300,000 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 426,500 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Multi-family, Senior Living

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VENATOR Contracting Group, LLC Commercial General Contractor/Construction Manager Specializing in: Tenant Fit-Outs, Ground Up, Remodels, Retail, Restaurants, Healthcare and Fitness

VENATOR Contracting Group, LLC proudly offers competitive pricing to meet every kind of budget. Our dependability and commitment to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations has resulted in the growth of our company and repeat business opportunities.

VENATOR CONTRACTING GROUP Offers: EXPERIENCE QUALITY TIMELINESS 44930 Vic Wertz Drive • Clinton Township, MI 48036 Phone: 586.229.2428 • Fax: 586.229.2430 suzette@venatorcontracting.com www.venatorcontracting.com

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Lakeview Construction M. Cary Inc. Pleasant Prairie, WI John Stallman, Marketing Manager 262-857-3336 • FAX 262-857-3424 www.lvconstruction.com john@lvconstruction.com Year Established: 1993, No. of Employees: 136 Retail Billings: $69,100,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $8,900,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $78,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 800 Retail Square Footage: 1,500,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 50,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 70,000, Total Square Footage: 1,620,000 Specialize In: Big Box/Department, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Restaurants

GENERAL CONTRACTING

Farmingdale, NY COMMERCIAL INTERIORS Bob Epstein, Director of Construction 631-501-0024 • FAX 631-501-0028 www.mcaryinc.com repstein@mcaryinc.com Expanded Version Year Established: 1995, No. of Employees: 12 Retail Billings: $9,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $2,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $N/A, Total Billings: $11,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 12 Retail Square Footage: 150,000, Hospitality Square Footage: NA Restaurant Square Footage: 20,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Un Expanded Version Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 170,000 Specialize In: Big-box/department, Specialty stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Marco Contractors, Inc LendLease Warrendale, PA

New York, NY Kurt Lorenz, General Manager, Multi Site Group 212-592-6800 • FAX 212-592-6988 www.lendlease.com kurt.lorenz@lendlease.com Year Established: 1917, No. of Employees: 1,909 Retail Billings: $65,400,000, Hospitality Billings: $119,500,000 Restaurant Billings: $3,400,000, Federal Billings: $11,900,000 Other Billings: $2,867,000,000, Total Billings: $3,067,200,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 2,040 Retail Square Footage: 2,043,300 Hospitality Square Footage: 7,254,487 Restaurant Square Footage: 263,380, Federal Square Footage: 175,000 Other Square Footage: 8,093,343, Total Square Footage: 17,834,510 Specialize In: Big-Box/Department, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education

Samra Savioz, Director of Business Development 724-814-4547 • FAX 724-741-0335 www.marcocontractors.com ssavioz@marcocontractors.com Year Established: 1998, No. of Employees: 250 Retail Billings: $35,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $10,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $25,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $8,000,000, Total Billings: $78,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 150 Retail Square Footage: 3,000,000 Hospitality Square Footage: 35,000,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 50,000,000 Federal Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: 100,000 Total Square Footage: 3,185,000, Specialize In: Big-Box/ Department, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Tenant Fit-outs Retail

LRC Construction Services, LLC MC Construction Management, Inc. Oklahoma City, OK Zachary Northrip 405-231-5700 • FAX 405-231-5701 www.lrcre.com znorthrip@lrcre.com Year Established: 2008, No. of Employees: 10 Retail Billings: $4,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $400,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $200,000, Total Billings: $4,600,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 50 Retail Square Footage: 1,000,000, Hospitality Square Footage: NA Restaurant Square Footage: 100,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 20,000, Total Square Footage: 1,120,000 Specialize In: Shopping Centers

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Cave Creek, AZ Connie Mollet, Director of Development 480-367-8600 • FAX 480-367-8625 www.mcbuilders.net cmollet@mcbuilders.net Year Established: 2001, No. of Employees: 33 Retail Billings: $24,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $24,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 71 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 360,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Restaurants, Retail Tenant Improvement

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GENERAL CONTRACTING Metropolitan Contracting O’Neil Industries, Inc. Company, LLC Chicago, IL San Antonio, TX Jane Feigenbaum, Chief Operating Officer 210-247-5237 www.metcontracting.com jfeigenbaum@metcontracting.com Year Established: 1986, No. of Employees: 50 Retail Billings: $10,805,595, Hospitality Billings: $4,671,870 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $40,060,827, Total Billings: $55,538,292 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 48 Retail Square Footage: 77,082, Hospitality Square Footage: 80,000 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 747,946, Total Square Footage: 905,028 Specialize In: Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, All Commercial

Dean Arnold, Vice President 773-755-1611 • FAX 773-442-0797 www.weoneil.com darnold@weoneil.com Year Established: 1925, No. of Employees: 358 Retail Billings: $177,750,000, Hospitality Billings: $125,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $3,250,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $384,000,000, Total Billings: $683,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 200 Retail Square Footage: 1,047,600, Hospitality Square Footage: 606,800 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 1,975,600, Total Square Footage: 3,630,000 Specialize In: Healthcare, Casinos, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Office, Residential/ Multi-Family, Manufacturing, Transportation

P & C Construction, Inc. MYCON General Contractors Chattanooga, TN

McKinney, TX Dana Walters, Director of Business Development 972-529-2444 • FAX 972-562-0009 www.mycon.com dwalters@mycon.com Year Established: 1987, No. of Employees: 81 Retail Billings: $112,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $27,000,000, Total Billings: $189,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 36 Retail Square Footage: 1,900,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 2,500,000, Total Square Footage: 4,400,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Healthcare, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Office, Industrial

NRGC, Inc. Bucyrus, KS Dirk Drew, Vice President 913-879-8221 • FAX 913-897-4197 www.nrgccontractors.com ddrew@nrgccontractors.com Year Established: 2007, No. of Employees: 8 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 6 Retail Square Footage: 45,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 45,000 Specialize In: Healthcare, Casinos, Specialty Stores

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Nic Cornelison, Vice President 423-493-0051 • FAX 423-493-0058 www.pc-const.com nic@pc-const.com Year Established: 1993, No. of Employees: 57 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 324 Retail Square Footage: 670,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 42,000, Federal Square Footage: 35,000 Other Square Footage: 485,000, Total Square Footage: 1,232,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Education, Food Service

Pepper Construction Company Chicago, IL Scot Pepper, Executive Vice President 312-266-4700 www.pepperconstruction.com info@pepperconstruction.com Year Established: 1927, No. of Employees: 1083 Retail Billings: $119,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $25,400,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $966,000,0001, Total Billings: $1,110,400,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 417 Retail Square Footage: 1,149,760, Hospitality Square Footage: 285,710 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 10,525,170, Total Square Footage: 11,960,640 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Casinos, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Commercial Office, Data Centers, Industrial/ Manufacturing, Residential, Institutional, Entertainment

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Prairie Contractors, Inc. Rectenwald Brothers Frankfort, IL Construction, Inc. Peter Hegarty, President 815-469-1904 • FAX 815-469-5436 www.prairiecontractors.com phegarty@prairiecontractors.com Year Established: 2003, No. of Employees: 20 Retail Billings: $3,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $15,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $1,500,000, Total Billings: $19,700,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 80 Retail Square Footage: 25,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 70,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 20,000, Total Square Footage: 215,000 Specialize In: Specialty Stores, Restaurants

Prime Retail Services, Inc. Flowery Branch, GA Michael Edmonson, Vice President 866-504-3511 • FAX 866-584-3605 www.primeretailservices.com medmundson@primeretaiilservices.com Year Established: 2003, No. of Employees: 274 Retail Billings: $25,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $1,000,000, Federal Billings: $500,000 Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $26,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 4,500 Retail Square Footage: 6,500,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 50,000, Federal Square Footage: 200,000 Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 7,000,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores

R.E. Crawford Construction, LLC Sarasota, FL Susan Courter, Director of Business Development 941-907-0010 • FAX 941-907-0030 www.recrawford.com scourter@recrawford.com Year Established: 2005, No. of Employees: 35 Retail Billings: $22,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $5,300,000, Federal Billings: $800,000 Other Billings: $3,856,000, Total Billings: $31,956,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 75 Retail Square Footage: 515,248, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 23,705, Federal Square Footage: 4,400 Other Square Footage: 35,678, Total Square Footage: 579,031 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Cranberry Township, PA Jerry Rectenwald, VP of Business Development 724-772-8282 • FAX 724-772-8281 www.rectenwald.com jerry@rectenwald.com Year Established: 1984, No. of Employees: 45 Retail Billings: $29,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $500,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $30,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 125 Retail Square Footage: 390,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 10,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 400,000 Specialize In: Big Box/Dept, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

RenCon Services, Inc. Flower Mound, TX Claudio Forest, VP Construction 317-644-1347 • FAX 317-841-0701 www.renconservices.com claudioforest@renconservices.com Year Established: 2008, No. of Employees: 31 Retail Billings: $7,465,813, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $9,581,986, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $17,047,799 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 339 Retail Square Footage: 564,885, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 452,381, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 154,456 (part of retail/office) Total Square Footage: 1,032,712, Specialize In: Big Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Retail Construction Services, Inc. Lake Elmo, MN Steve Bachman, President 651-704-9000 • FAX 651-704-9100 www.retailconstruction.com sbachman@retailconstruction.com Year Established: 1984, No. of Employees: 80 Retail Billings: $40,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $4,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $44,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 262 Retail Square Footage: 1,420,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 31,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,451,000 Specialize In: Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Restaurant, Clubhouses

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GENERAL CONTRACTING Rockerz, Inc. Russco, Inc. Warrendale, PA Robert Smith, Director of Business Development 724-553-3854 • FAX 724-935-4948 www.rockerzinc.com rsmith@rockerzinc.com Year Established: 2006, No. of Employees: 34 Retail Billings: $2,200,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $98,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ 2,298,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: 837,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 35,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 872,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Casinos, Government, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Education

Rockford Construction Grand Rapids, MI Brittany Dailey, Communications Manager 616-285-6933 • FAX 616-285-8001 www.rockfordconstruction.com bdailey@rockfordconstruction.com Year Established: 1987, No. of Employees: 319 Retail Billings: $238,886,567, Hospitality Billings: $5,363,321 Restaurant Billings: $6,964,840, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $277,834,955, Total Billings: $529,049,682 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 315 Retail Square Footage: 42,736,336 Hospitality Square Footage: 1,022,591 Restaurant Square Footage: 279,666, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 68,085,757, Total Square Footage: 109,124,350 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Multi-Unit, Industrial

Fall River, MA Phillip Simmonds-Short, Senior Director of Construction 508-674-5280 • FAX 508-673-8855 www.russcoinc.com phillipss@russcoinc.com Year Established: 1952, No. of Employees: 35 Retail Billings: $35,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $35,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 45 Retail Square Footage: 500,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 500,000 Specialize In: Big Box/Dept, Specialty Stores

Sachse Construction Detroit, MI Heidi Bias, National Business Development 313-550-6931 www.sachseconstruction.com hbias@sachse.net Year Established: 1991, No. of Employees: 140 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 170 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 500,000 Specialize In: Big Box/Dept, Groceries, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Multi-Family

R.T. Stevens SAJO Construction, Inc. Ville Mt. Royal, QC Canada

Corona, CA Troy Stevens, President 951-280-9361 • FAX 951-549-9360 www.rtstevens.com tstevens@rtstevens.com Year Established: 1989, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $3,600,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $747,000, Total Billings: $4,347,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 43 Retail Square Footage: 161,506, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 53,000, Total Square Footage: 214,506 Specialize In: Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Tenant Improvement, Commercial

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Rocco Raco, Director of Marketing & Business Development 877-901-7256 • FAX 514-385-1843 www.sajo.com rocco@sajo.com Year Established: 1977, No. of Employees: 160 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 185 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Specialty Stores, Detail

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S.L. Hayden Construction, Inc. Shames Construction Burleson, TX Steve Hayden, President 817-783-7900 • FAX 817-783-7902 www.hcichicago.com shayden@hcichicago.com Year Established: 1992, No. of Employees: 50 Retail Billings: $15,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $10,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $25,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 90 Retail Square Footage: 100,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 40,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 140,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Livermore, CA 94550 Carolyn Shames, President/CEO 925-606-3000 • FAX 925-606-3003 www.shames.com cshames@shames.com Year Established: 1987, No. of Employees: 48 Retail Billings: $68,900,475, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $68,900,475 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 12 Retail Square Footage: 1,500,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,500,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

S.M. Wilson & Co. Singleton Construction, LLC St. Louis, MO Coleen Olson, Corporate Secretary 314-645-9595 • FAX 314-645-1700 www.smwilson.com coleen.olson@smwilson.com Year Established: 1921, No. of Employees: 130 Retail Billings: $86,690,410, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $40,808,195 Other Billings: $190,455,387, Total Billings: $317,953,992 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 16 Retail Square Footage: 1,220,361, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: 704,629 Other Square Footage: 3,394,100, Total Square Footage: 5,319,090 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Casinos, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education

Carroll, OH Jennifer Danquist Kilgore, Director of Business Development & Marketing 740-756-7331 • FAX 740-756-7441 www.singletonconstruction.net jkilgore@singletonconstruction.net Year Established: 1995, No. of Employees: 50 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $21,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 411 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Government, Specialty Stores, Hotels, Restaurants

Solex Contracting, Inc. Schimenti Construction Company Temecula, CA

Ridgefield, CT Joseph Rotondo, Executive VP 914-244-9100 • FAX 914-244-9104 www.schimenti.com jrotondo@schimenti.com Year Established: 1994, No. of Employees: 148 Retail Billings: $150,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $25,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $42,000,000, Total Billings: $217,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 150 Retail Square Footage: 1,200,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 200,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,500,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores

Jerry Allen, President 951-308-1706 • FAX 951-308-1856 www.solexcontracting.com jerry@solexcontracting.com Year Established: 2004, No. of Employees: 100 Retail Billings: $16,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $16,000,000, Total Billings: $32,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 150 Retail Square Footage: 350,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: 150,000 Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 500,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Telecommunications/Tower Erection

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GENERAL CONTRACTING Taylor Bros. Construction Co., Inc. Thomas Grace Construction Inc Columbus, IN Jeff Chandler, Vice President 812-379-9547 • FAX 812-372-4759 www.tbcci.com jchandler@tbcci.com Year Established: 1933, No. of Employees: 175 Retail Billings: $30,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $1,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $9,500,000, Total Billings: $41,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 400 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Restaurants

Stillwater, MN Don Harvieux, President 651-342-1298 • FAX 651-439-1298 www.thomas-grace.com info@thomas-grace.com Year Established: 2002, No. of Employees: 60 (full-time) Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $37,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 135 Retail Square Footage: 3,875,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 300,000, Total Square Footage: 4,175,000.00 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Restaurants, Entertainment Venues; theatersauditoriums

TDS Construction, Inc. Timberwolff Construction, Inc.

Bradenton, FL Christi Bock, Marketing 941-795-6100 • FAX 941-795-6101 www.tdsconstruction.com inbox@tdsconstruction.com Year Established: 1987, No. of Employees: 75 Retail Billings: $41,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $500,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: N/A, Total Billings: $41,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 115 Retail Square Footage: 3,250,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 50,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 2,000,000, Total Square Footage: 5,300,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants

Upland, CA Mike Wolff, President 909-949-0380, • FAX 909-949-8500 www.timberwolff.com mike@timberwolff.com Year Established: 1989, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Specialty Stores

Tenant Construction, Inc. Tom Rectenwald Construction, Inc. Edina, MD Bob Haben, President 952-938-6726 • FAX 952-938-7387 www.tenantconstruction.com info@tenantconstruction.com Year Established: 1996, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $ N/A Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Specialty Stores

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Harmony, PA Aaron Rectenwald, President 724-452-8801 • FAX 724-452-8802 www.tomrectenwald.com arectenwald@trcgc.net Year Established: 1980, No. of Employees: 45 Retail Billings: $30,335,052, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $30,335,052 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 90 Retail Square Footage: 270,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 270,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Specialty Stores, Clothing Retail, Optical

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GENERAL CONTRACTING Travisano Construction, LLC UHC Construction Services Davie, FL Peter J. “P.J.” Travisano, President 412-321-1234 or 412-400-2333 FAX 412-321-1981 www.travisanoconstruction.com pj@travisanoconstruction.com Year Established: 2004, No. of Employees: 10 Retail Billings: $6,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $6,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 20 Retail Square Footage: 1,000,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,000,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers

Northfield, OH Leslie Burton, Business Development Manager 440-550-4995 x-120 • FAX 216-923-2677 www.uhccorp.com lburton@uhccorp.com Year Established: 2006, No. of Employees: 50+ Retail Billings: $10,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $5,800,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $550,000, Total Billings: $16,860,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: 1,450,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 900,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 150,000, Total Square Footage: 2,500,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Hotels, Restaurants

Venator Contracting Group, LLC

Triad Retail Construction, Inc. Clinton Twp, MI Pearland, TX Brian Holroyd, VP Development 281-485-4700 • FAX 281-485-7722 www.triadrc.com bryan@triadrc.com Year Established: 2008, No. of Employees: 47 Retail Billings: $41,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $6,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $5,500,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $1,560,000, Total Billings: $53,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 59 Retail Square Footage: 820,000, Hospitality Square Footage: 220,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 77,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,067,000 Specialize In: Groceries, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Other

Tricon Construction, LLC Bensalem, PA Rich Carlucci, Vice President 267-223-1060 • FAX 215-633-8363 www.tricon-construction.com r.carlucci@tricon-construction.com Year Established: 2003, No. of Employees: 15 Retail Billings: $6,500,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $6,500,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 120 Retail Square Footage: 335,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 335,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Casinos, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers

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Suzette Novak, Director of Business Development 586-229-2428 • FAX 586-229-2430 www.venatorcontracting.com suzette@venatorcontracting.com Year Established: 2010, No. of Employees: 10 Retail Billings: $3,400,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $3,500,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $209,000, Total Billings: $7,100,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 27 Retail Square Footage: 67,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 31,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 18,000, Total Square Footage: 116,000 Specialize In: Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Fitness Centers

Venture Construction Group Burke,VA Steve Shanton, President & Founder 866-459-8348 www.venturebuilt.com sshanton@venturebuilt.com Year Established: 2000, No. of Employees: 3 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $1,200,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $11,400,000 (Residential: $2,400,000; Commercial Multi-family: $6,000,000; Commercial Industrial: $3,000.000) Total Billings: $12,600,000, Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 4 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 40,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 440,000 (Residential Square Footage: 200,000; Commercial Square Footage: 160,000; Commercial Industrial Square Footage: 80,000), Total Square Footage: 480,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education

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Venture Construction Warner Brothers Studio Group of Florida Burbank, CA Boca Raton, FL Steve Shanton, President & Founder 866-459-8351 www.vcgfl.com shanton_steve@vcgfl.com Year Established: 1999, No. of Employees: 3 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $2,200,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $9,900,000 (Residential: $3,400,000; Commercial Multi-family: $4,500,000; Commercial Industrial: $2,000.000) Total Billings: $12,100,000, Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 5 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 40,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 605,000 (Residential Square Footage: 350,000; Commercial Square Footage: 240,000; Commercial Industrial Square Footage: 15,000), Total Square Footage: 645,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education

Vintage Construction Management Greenville, SC Tyler Amey, Owner 864-252-5099 • FAX 888-387-7126 tyler@vintagecm.com Year Established: 2009, No. of Employees: 1 Retail Billings: $2,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $2,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 16 Retail Square Footage: 22,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 22,000 Specialize In: Shopping Centers

Vember Stuart-Lilley, Acct. Manager 818-954-4430 • FAX 818-954-2806 www.wbsf.com vember.stuart-lilley@warnerbros.com Year Established: N/A, No. of Employees: N/A Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Other Billings: $ N/A Total Billings: $ N/A, Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: N/A Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Other Square Footage: N/A Total Square Footage: N/A, Specialize In: N/A

Warwick Construction, Inc. Houston, TX Walt Watzinger, Vice President 832-448-7000 • FAX 832-448-3000 www.warwickconstruction.com walt@warwickconstruction.com Year Established: 1999, No. of Employees: 70 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $84,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 182 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 910,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Restaurants, Off Airport Parking Facilities, Gas Station/Convenience/Car Wash

Weekes Construction, Inc Greenville, NC

W.H. Bass, Inc. Hunter Weekes, Vice President

Johns Creek, GA Brian Mulligan, Vice President 770-662-8430 • FAX 770-662-5636 www.whbass.com bd@whbass.com Year Established: 1984, No. of Employees: 80 Retail Billings: $56,648,834, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $119,554,483, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $2,267,456, Total Billings: $178,470,773 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 66 Retail Square Footage: 52,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: 202,400, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 29,000, Total Square Footage: 274,400 Specialize In: Restaurants, Convenience Store/Fuel, Bank/Credit Union

864-233-0061 • FAX 864-235-9971 www.weekesconstruction.com hweekes@weekesconstruction.com Year Established: 1975, No. of Employees: 27 Retail Billings: $30,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $ N/A Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $30,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 44 Retail Square Footage: 54,000, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 54,000 Specialize In: N/A

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GENERAL CONTRACTING The Whiting-Turner Wolverine Building Group Contracting Company Grand Rapids, MI Orlando, FL Bob Munutoli, Vice President 407-370-4500 www.whiting-turner.com bob.minutoli@whiting-turner.com Year Established: 1909, No. of Employees: 2600 Retail Billings: $564,668,947, Hospitality Billings: $447,787,426 Restaurant Billings: $27,236,762, Federal Billings: $381,400,215 Other Billings: $4,415,525,613, Total Billings: $5,836,618,963 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 350+ Retail Square Footage: 10,554,498, Hospitality Square Footage: 1,733,493 Restaurant Square Footage: 81,130, Federal Square Footage: 3,362,626 Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 5,177,249 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Healthcare, Casinos, Government, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, E-commerce, Data Centers, Warehouse & Distribution, Theme Parks, Sports Facilities

Michael Houseman, President 616-949-3360 • FAX 616-949-6211 www.wolvgroup.com mhouseman@wolvgroup.com Year Established: 1938, No. of Employees: 135 Retail Billings: $21,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $18,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $24,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $79,000,000, Total Billings: $142,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 52 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: N/A Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: N/A Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Healthcare, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants

Zelham, Inc. William A. Randolph, Inc. Boise, ID

Gurnee, IL Tony Riccardi, Jr., Vice President 847-856-0123 • FAX 847-856-0696 www.warandolph.com tony.riccardi@warandolph.com Year Established: 1958, No. of Employees: 75 Retail Billings: $102,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $60,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $12,000,000, Total Billings: $174,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 40 Retail Square Footage: 625,000, Hospitality Square Footage: 270,000 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: 45,000, Total Square Footage: 940,000 Specialize In: Big-Box/Dept, Groceries, Drug Stores, Specialty Stores, Shopping Centers, Hotels

Edward Anderson, Vice President 208-658-1700 • FAX 208-658-1701 www.zelham.com edward.anderson@zelham.com Year Established: 2004, No. of Employees: 37 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $25,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $ N/A, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $25,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 38 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: 1,620,000 Restaurant Square Footage: N/A, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 1,620,000 Specialize In: Hotels

Winter Construction Zerr Enterprises, Inc.

Atlanta, GA Sacha Turpin, Director of Marketing 404-588-3300 • FAX 404-223-1146 www.winter-construction.com sturpin@winter-construction.com Year Established: 1962, No. of Employees: 337 Retail Billings: $14,000,000, Hospitality Billings: $68,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $9,000,000, Federal Billings: $10,000,000 Other Billings: $64,000,000, Total Billings: $165,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 14 Retail Square Footage: 370,000, Hospitality Square Footage: 33,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 2,340, Federal Square Footage: 536,000 Other Square Footage: 1,332,283, Total Square Footage: 2,273,723 Specialize In: Healthcare, Shopping Centers, Hotels, Restaurants, Education, Mixed use, Senior Living, Interiors, Hospitality, Adaptive re-use, Office, Medical Office

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Denver, CO Mike Zerr, President 303-758-7776 • FAX 303-758-7770 www.zerrenterprises.com mike.zerr@zerrenterprises.com Year Established: 1996, No. of Employees: 20 Retail Billings: $ N/A, Hospitality Billings: $24,000,000 Restaurant Billings: $1,000,000, Federal Billings: $ N/A Other Billings: $ N/A, Total Billings: $25,000,000 Completed Projects as of 12/31/15: 22 Retail Square Footage: N/A, Hospitality Square Footage: 7,100,000 Restaurant Square Footage: 750,000, Federal Square Footage: N/A Other Square Footage: N/A, Total Square Footage: 7,850,000 Specialize In: Hotels

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LIGHTING

Annual survey highlights today’s leading lighting manufacturers

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n today’s growing sustainability landscape, finding the right lighting company is critical to furthering the green movement. That’s why our annual “Leading Lighting Manufacturers” report offers the leading firms in the retail, restaurant and hospitality sectors. The report provides you with the contact information and contact person at each of the reporting firms. If you want to be a part of next year’s list, email publisher David Corson at davidc@ccr-mag.com. For a digital version, visit us online at www.ccr-mag.com.

2nd Ave Lighting Robert Cohen, President 55 Oriskany Blvd., Yorkville, NY 13495 Phone: 800-843-1602 Fax: 800-826-2317 www.2ndave.com sales@2ndave.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Custom Lighting, Very Large Lighting, Home Theater Lighting, Public Theater Lighting, LED Outdoor, LED Indoor, Portable Lamps, Table Lamps, Floor Lamps, Ceiling Pendants, Chandeliers, Architectural Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Senior Living Communities, Public Spaces

3M-Window Films Shelby Myszewski, Communications Supervisor 3M Center, Bldg. 235-2S-27, St. Paul, MN 55144 Phone: 651-737-6428 www.3m.com/windowfilms smyszewski@mmm.com PRODUCT TYPE: Commercial Lighting, Window Films MARKETS SERVED: Corporate, Commercial

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ABB Lighting Greg Murphy, President 1501 Industrial Way N, Toms River, NJ 08755 Phone: 866-222-8866 x-110 www.abblighting.com gmurphy@abblighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Hospitality, Healthcare

Acclaim Lighting Eric Loader, Director of Sales 6122 S. Eastern Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90040 Phone: 323-213-4625 Fax: 323-582-3102 www.acclaimlighting.com bbloom@fallscommunications.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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LIGHTING Acolyte LED American PERMALIGHT, Inc. Antayra Mares, Marketing Manager 251 West 30th St., Ste. 12E, New York, NY 10001 Phone: 212-629-6830 x-152 Fax: 772-382-8379 www.acolyteled.com antayra@acolyteled.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Marina Batzke, General Manager 2531 W. 237th Street Unit 101, Torrance, CA 90505-5245 Phone: 310-891-0924 Fax: 310-891-0996 www.americanpermalight.com info@americanpermalight.com PRODUCT TYPE: Photoluminescent Exit Signs, Luminous Egress Path Markings, Foamy Cushioned Wall and Corner Guards MARKETS SERVED: Hospitality, Healthcare, Corporate, Education, Commercial

Alset LED Anolis Lighting

Cindy Thomas, GM LED Sales 1795 N. Butterfield Rd., Libertyville, IL 60048 Phone: 224-206-3083 Fax: 847-775-8131 www.alsetled.com cindy.thomas@alsetled.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

David Chesal 12349 SW 53rd St., #202, Cooper City, FL 33330 Phone: 954-680-1901 Fax: 954-680-1910 www.anolislighting.com info@anolislighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Architectural MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

American Bright Lighting, Inc. B.E.G. Controls LP

June Chen, Operations Manager 13815-C Magnolia Ave., Chino, CA 91710 Phone: 888-533-0800 Fax: 909-628-5006 www.ab-lighting.com june.chen@ab-lighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Pantone 367C

Pantone 446C

Michael “MJ” Johnson, VP of Sales & Operations 277 Hwy. 74 N., Ste. 319, Peachtree City, GA 30269 Phone: 770-349-6341 www.begcontrols.com info@begcontrols.com PRODUCT TYPE: Lighting Controls MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

American Illumination, Inc. Barron Lighting Group

Gina Lee, Director of Marketing 2421 W. 205th Street Ste. D103, Torrance, CA 90501 Phone: 310-212-6550 Fax: 310-212-6551 www.american-illumination.com gina@american-illumination.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, LED Engines & Modules MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, High End Residential

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Miranda Fuller, Director of Marketing 7885 N. Glen Harbor Blvd., Glendale, AZ 85307 Phone: 623-209-1530 www.barronltg.com miranda.fuller@barronltg.com PRODUCT TYPE: Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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LIGHTING BioClimatic Structures, LLC Bruck Concepts Nicole Wehmeyer, Business Manager/Co-Owner 101 Alexander Ave., Unit #4, Pompton Plaines, NJ 07444 Phone: 973-513-7016 Fax: 973-513-7175 www.bcstructures.com info@bcstructures.com PRODUCT TYPE: Outdoor Shading/Rain Protection Structures MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Campus, anywhere you would need shade or rain protection

Rob Bruck, President 3115 Foothill Blvd., Ste. M213 LaCrescenta, CA 91214 Phone: 818-732-9238 Fax: 818-796-4724 www.bruckconcepts.com info@bruckconcepts.com PRODUCT TYPE: Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Custom Decorative Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Hospitality

C3 Lighting, Inc. Rick Farrell, President

Bitro Group, Inc. 2907 S. Croddy, Santa Ana, CA 92704

Fritz Meyne, Jr., VP Sales 300 Lodi St., Hackensack, NJ 07601 Phone: 201-641-1004 x-105 www.bitrogroup.com fritzm@bitrogroup.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Shelving Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Signage MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Casinos

Phone: 714-545-5985 www.c3lighting.com sales@c3lighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Healthcare Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education

Bock Lighting

150 Stevens St., Santa Ana, CA 92707 OR Phone: 951-551-5611 www.cednationalaccounts.com vanlaeys@ced.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Sales Dept. 2476 Edison Blvd, Twinsburg, OH 44087 Phone: 216-912-7050 Fax: 216-912-7051 www.bocklighting.com sales@bocklighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Decorative Pendants MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Brilliance LED Patti Panilaitis, COO 7202 E. Cave Creek Rd., Carefree, AZ 85377 Phone: 800-867-2108 www.brillianceled.com info@brillianceled.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Commercial, Residential, Marine

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Contech Lighting Michelle Frydrych, Marketing Communications Specialist 725 Landwehr Rd., Northbrook, IL 60062 Phone: 847-559-5500 www.contechlighting.com info@contechlighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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CIRCLE NO. 26 DIVISION OF IRIS USA, Inc.

DIVISION OF IRIS USA, Inc.


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LIGHTING Contrast Lighting CSL (Creative Systems Lighting) Martine Legault, Product Manager 1009 Du Parc Industriel, Revis QC G6Z 1C5 Canada Phone: 418-839-4624 Fax: 418-839-7057 www.contrastlighting.com martine.legault@contrastlighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Recessed Lighting, Wall Sconces, Commercial Lighting, Blown Glass MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Residential

Controlled Power Company Suzanne Hooley, Marketing Director 1955 Stephenson Hwy., Troy, MI 48083 Ph: 800-521-4792 www.controlledpwr.com shooley@controlledpwr.com PRODUCT TYPE: Emergency Lighting Inverters MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Transportation, Worship Facilities

Corbett Lighting Steve Nadell, President 14508 Nelson Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91744 Phone: 626-336-4511 Fax: 626-330-4266 www.troy-lighting.com steven@troycsl.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

Sherry Cummings, Marketing Products Manager 14508 Nelson Avenue, City of Industry, CA 91744 Phone: 626-336-4511 x-4241 www.csllighting.com sherryc@troycsl.com PRODUCT TYPE: Close to Ceiling Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Dado Lighting D.J. Ziobro, Vice President 4700 Gilbert Ave., Ste. 47-217, Western Springs, IL 60558 Phone: 877-323-6584 www.dadolighting.com cs@dadolighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: LED Linear Indoor MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Residential

DMF Lighting Susie Minton, Director of Marketing 1118 E. 223rd St., Carson, CA 90745 Phone: 323-934-7779 www.dmflighting.com susie@dmflighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Cylinder/Pendant MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial, Multi-Family

Earthtronics, Inc. Cree, Inc. Kevin Youngquist, Executive VP

Claire Simmons 4600 Silicon Dr., Durham, NC 27703 Phone: 919-313-5300 http://cree.com media@cree.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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380 W. Western Ave., Ste. #301, Muskegon, MI 49440 Phone: 231-332-1188 Fax: 231-726-5029 www.earthtronics.com contact@earthtronics.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Commercial

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Eaton Energy Focus, Inc. 1121 Highway 74 South, Peachtree City, GA 30269 Phone: 770-486-4800 Fax: 770-486-4801 www.eaton.com/lighting TalkToUs@eaton.com PRODUCT TYPE: Lighting Controls MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

E.G.L. Company, Inc. Mary Barrow, Sales Manager 100 Industrial Rd., Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 Phone: 908-508-1111 Fax: 908-508-1122 www.egl-lighting.com mary@egl-lighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs (T-8), Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Elemental LED April Mitchell, Sr. Director/Marketing 1195 Park Ave., Ste. 211, Emeryville, CA 94608 Phone: 877-564-5051 www.elementalled.com april.mitchell@elementalled.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

Chris Patterson, Dir. of Sales 32000 Aurora Rd., Ste. B, Solon, OH 44139 Phone: 800-327-7877 Fax: 440-715-1301 www.energyfocusinc.com cpatterson@efoi.com PRODUCT TYPE: Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Enlighted Morgan Lang, Account Executive 930 Benecia Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94085 Phone: 910-772-1688 x-102 www.enlightedinc.com morgan@sweeneypr.com PRODUCT TYPE: IOT Systems MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Corporate, Education, Commercial

FC Lighting, Inc. Scott Bukas, National Sales Manager 3609 Swenson Ave., St. Charles, IL 60174 Phone: 630-998-8100 x-217 Fax: 630-998-8106 www.fclighting.com sjb@fclighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Government

Engineered Lighting Products Feelux Lighting, Inc.

Lauri Maines, President 10768 Lower Azusa Rd., El Monte, CA 91731 Phone: 626-579-0943 Fax: 626-579-6803 www.elplighting.com lmaines@elplighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Gordon Jamieson, Director 3000 Northwoods Pkwy., Ste. 115, Norcross, GA 30071 Phone: 678-668-7005 Fax: 678-668-7006 www.feelux.com info@feeluxlighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Lighting for Millwork MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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LIGHTING Fire Farm, Inc. Greenlite Gordon Jee, Director of Design 104 First St., Elkader, IA 52043 Phone: 563-245-3515 Fax: 563-245-3516 www.firefarm.com gordon@firefarm.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

Simran Kohli, Marketing Director 10 Corporate Park, #100, Irvine, CA 92606 Phone: 949-261-5300 www.greenliteusa.com simran@greenlite.ca PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Recessed Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Education, Commercial

Hera Lighting Liz Burroughs, Marketing

Foreverlamp 3025 Business Park Dr., Norcross, GA 30071

Jim Sekinger, VP Sales & Marketing 406 Amapola Ave., Torrance, CA 90501 Phone: 310-320-8811 Fax: 310-320-8814 www.foreverlamp.com nasales@foreverlamp.com PRODUCT TYPE: Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Warehouse/Storage, Manufacturing

Fulham Co., Inc. Andy Firchau, Marketing Manager 12705 S. Van Ness Ave., Hawthorne, CA 90250 Phone: 323-599-5000 Fax: 323-754-9060 www.fulham.com order@fulham.com PRODUCT TYPE: LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Genesis Lighting Solutions Doug Head, EVP 700 Parker Square Ste. #205, Flower Mound, TX 75028 Phone: 469-322-1906 Fax: 469-322-1900 www.adart.com doug@adart.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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Phone: 800-336-4371 www.heralighting.com liz@heralighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Retail Display Lighting, Cabinet Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Hermitage Lighting National Accounts J.D. Ryan, Account Manager 3640 Trousdale Dr., Nashville, TN 37204 Phone: 615-843-3394 Fax: 615-943-3351 nationalaccounts.hermitagelighting.com jdr@hlg.co PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Hubbell Control Solutions Michael Wypasek, Marketing Communications Mgr. 9601 Dessau Rd., Bldg. One, Austin, TX 78754 Phone: 512-450-1100 Fax: 512-450-1215 www.hubbell-automation.com PRODUCT TYPE: Lighting Controls MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION — MAY : JUNE 2016


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SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING Hudson Valley Lighting JESCO Lighting Group Malaina Matheus, VP of Business Development 106 Pierces Rd., PO box 10775, Newburgh, NY 12552 Phone: 845-561-0300 www.hudsonvalleylighting.com mmatheus@hudsonvalleylighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

HyLite LED Lighting Chris Baird, VP of Marketing & Sales 911 E. White St., Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: 803-336-2230 www.hyliteledlighting.com info@arva.us PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Identity Management Kirk Stateson, National Accounts Director 1702 Minters Chapel Rd., Grapevine, TX 76051 Phone: 817-912-0039 x-103 Fax: 817-310-0798 www.identitybusiness.com kstateson@identitybusiness.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, LED Retro-fit-Programs MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Illuminating Technologies Gordon Hunt, President 6386 Burnt Poplar Rd., Greensboro, NC 27409 Phone: 800-278-5483 Fax: 336-230-1410 www.illuminatingtechnologies.com gordon@illuminatingtechnologies.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Warm Dim LED Fixtures MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Grocery Store/Supermarket

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Paulin Tham, Director of Marketing & Operations 15 Harbor Park Dr., Port Washington, NY 11050 Phone: 800-527-7796 Fax: 855-265-5768 www.jescolighting.com info@jescolighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

LaMar Lighting Nicole Calise, Director of Marketing 485 Smith St., Farmingdale, NY 11735 Phone: 631-777-7700 x-234 Fax: 631-777-7705 www.lamarled.com nicole@lamarlighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Architectural

LED Inspirations, LLC Pamela St. Martin, VP of Sales & Marketing 11744 Grant Rd., Cypress, TX 77429 Phone: 832-717-2710 Fax: 866-523-0169 http://ledi.lighting pamela.stmartin@ledinspirations.com PRODUCT TYPE: LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Residential

Led Smart, Inc. Jason Shalka, Sales Rep. 3817 98 St. NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 5V4 Canada Phone: 780-438-6624 Fax: 780-988-6146 www.ledsmart.com sales@ledsmart.com PRODUCT TYPE: Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Corporate, Commercial

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SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING LEDCONN Lido Lighting Hanna Huang, Vice President 301 Thor Place, Brea, CA 92821 Phone: 714-256-2111 Fax: 714-256-2118 www.ledconn.com sales@ledconn.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Legrand Mary Placido, PR Manager/Wattstopper 2700 Zanker Rd., Ste. 168, San Jose, CA 95134 Phone: 408-988-5331 Fax: 408-435-5504 www.legrand.us/wattstopper.com pr@wattstopper.com PRODUCT TYPE: Lighting Controls MARKETS SERVED: Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Commercial

Lellan, Inc. Michelle Johnston, VP Sales & Marketing 1735 East Bayshore Rd., Ste. 5B, Redwood City, CA 94063 Phone: 978-852-6273 www.lellan.com mjohnston@lelland.com PRODUCT TYPE: Decorative/Entertainment/Digital Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Bill Pierro Jr., President 966 Grand Blvd., Deer Park, NY 11729 Phone: 631-595-2000 Fax: 631-595-7010 www.lidolighting.com billpierro@lidolighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Light Beam David Morgan, Marketing 2877 Chad Drive Unit B, Eugene, OR 97408 Phone: 541-228-3650 www.lightbeaminc.com david@lightmbeaminc.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Shelving Lighting, Ultra-Thin, Custom LED Panels for Signage Displays etc., Backlighting Translucent Materials MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Lightheaded Lighting Ltd. Gordon Catherwood, Dir. of Sales & Marketing #804-1515 Broadway St., Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 6M2 Canada Phone: 604-404-5644/800-464-9544 Fax: 604-464-0888 www.lightheadedlighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Wall Sconces, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Residential/Highrise

LG Electronics Sean Lafferty, Dir. Corporate Cross Sales & LED Lighting Sales 1000 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 Phone: 201-294-4614 www.LGLightingus.com sean.lafferty@lge.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Healthcare, Corporate, Education

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Light Efficient Design Jon Fredrikson, Marketing 188 S. NW Hwy., Cary, IL 60012 Phone: 847-380-3540 www.led-llc.com sales@led-llc.com PRODUCT TYPE: Highbay Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting, LED Screw-In, Retrofits for HID MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION — MAY : JUNE 2016


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www.lotolighting.com 800.906.5088 info@lotolighting.com CIRCLE NO. 29


SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING Lighting Services Inc

Lighting Services, Inc. Luceplan

2 Holt Dr., Stony Point, NY 10980 Phone: 845-972-2800 Fax: 845-942-2177 www.lightingservicesinc.com sales@maillsi.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Track Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Lightswitch Liz Hall, Corporate Communications 261 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016 Phone: 212-840-6060 http://main.lightswitch.net ehall@lightswitch.net PRODUCT TYPE: Lighting Design MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Loto Lighting LLC Tom Devlin, President 1 Fitchburg St., #C305, Somerville, MA 02143 Phone: 617-776-3115 Fax: 617-776-3115 www.lotolighting.com tedevlin@me.com PRODUCT TYPE: Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Shopping Malls

LSI Industries Ernie Watson, VP Retail National Accts. 10000 Alliance Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45242 Phone: 513-372-3027 www.lsi-industries.com ewatson@lsi-industries.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Wireless Controls MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitalilty, Restaurants, Education, Commercial, Auto Dealerships, Petro/Convenient Stores

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Giuseppe Butti, CEO 14 Wooster St., New York, NY 10013 Phone: 212-966-1399 www.luceplan.com storeus@luceplan.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Decorative, Table, Floor, Suspension MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

LumenArt T.J. Wendorf, National Sales Mgr. Phone: 773-254-0744 Fax: 773-254-0767 www.lumenart.com tj.wendorf@lumenart.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Decorative MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

LumenOptix, Inc. Gabrielle Santulli, VP Marketing 203 Progress Dr., Montgomeryville, PA 18936 Phone: 267-613-6102 www.lumenoptix.com gsantulli@lumenoptix.com PRODUCT TYPE: Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, , Recessed Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Retrofit, Replacement LED Fixtures MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Luminis Nicolas Cohen, President 260 Labrosse, Pointe Claire, QC H9R 5L5 Phone: 866-586-4647 www.luminis.com info@luminis.com PRODUCT TYPE: Highbay Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING Lunera Lighting Nora Lighting Tom Quinn, VP Sales & Marketing 1615 Wyatt Dr., Santa Clara CA 95054 Phone: 650-241-3875 www.lunera.com tquinn@lunera.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Neda Farzan, Business Development 6505 Gayhart St., Commerce, CA 90040 Phone: 323-767-2600 www.noralighting.com neda@noralighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Commercial Lighting, Exit & Emergency Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

MC Lighting Solutions Ohyama Lights

Bob Patton, VP Sales 8959 Tyler Blvd., Mentor, OH 44060 Phone: 440-209-6200 Fax: 440-209-6277 www.mcsign.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Mark Ambon, Marketing & Operations Mgr. 11111 80th Ave., Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 Phone: 262-925-6505 www.ohyamalights.com info@ohyamalights.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Commercial

Osram Sylvania MechoSystems Glen Gracia, Corporate William Maiman, Marketing Manager 4203 35th St. Long Island City, NY 11101 Phone: 718-729-2020 Fax: 718-729-2941 www.mechosystems.com william.maiman@mechosystems.com PRODUCT TYPE: Daylighting, Shading Systems MARKETS SERVED: Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Commercial

Meyda Lighting Robert Cohen, President 55 Oriskany Blvd., Yorkville, NY 13495 Phone: 800-222-4009 Fax: 800-651-3453 www.meyda.com sales@meyda.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Custom Lighting, Very Large Lighting, Home Theater Lighting, Public Theater Lighting, LED Outdoor, LED Indoor, Portables-Table & Floor Lamps, Ceiling Pendants, Chandeliers, Architectural Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Senior Living Communities, Public Spaces

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Communications Manager 200 Ballardvale St., Wilmington, MA 01887 Phone: 978-570-3246 Fax: 978-646-4901 www.sylvania.com glen.gracia@sylvania.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Persona, Inc. Joel Williams, Lighting Division Sales Manager P.O. Box 210, Watertown, SD 57201 Phone: 800-843-9888 Fax: 800-843-9890 www.personasigns.com/commercial-lighting jwilliams@personalighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Engineered Parking Lot Poles MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Petroleum/Convenience

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SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING Phillips Lighting QMotion Heather Milcarek, Marketing Director 200 Franklin Square Dr., Somerset, NJ 08873 Phone: 732-563-3468 www.usa.lighting.phillips.com heather.milcarek@philips.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Government, Grocery, Petrol, Public Spaces

Plumen Laurence Etile, Marketing Assistant Second Floor, 60-62 Commercial St., London, E1 6LT United Kingdom Phone: +44 (0)207 650 7882 www.plumen.com sales@plumen.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

Cassie Metzger, Dir. of Marketing Communications 3400 Copter Rd., Pensacola, FL 32514 Phone: 877-849-6070 Fax: 850-208-3409 www.qmotionshades.com qmotioninfo@qmotionshades.com PRODUCT TYPE: Window Shading Systems MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Regency Lighting Mark Heerema, Sr. Director National Sales 9261 Jordan Ave., Chatsworth, CA 91311 Phone: 800-284-2024 www.regencylighting.com mark.heerema@regencylighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Sentry Electric, LLC Michael Shatzkin, Dir. of Marketing

Progress Lighting & Business Development

701 Millennium Blvd., Greenville, SC 29615 Phone: 864-678-1000 www.progresslighting.com progress@progresslightingcom PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Residential

185 Buffalo Ave., Freeport, NY 11520 Phone: 516-379-4660 Fax: 516-378-0624 www.sentrylighting.com michael@sentrylighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Exterior/Outdoor Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Restaurants, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Municipalities

Skyler Tek, Inc. Mike Silverstein, Sales VP

PureEdge Lighting 15160 Spring Ave., Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

Gina Gasbarre, Marketing Manager 1718 W. Fullerton, Chicago, IL 60614 Phone: 773-770-1195 www.puredgelighting.com ggasbarre@puredgelighting.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

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Phone: 562-926-3040 Fax: 562-381-7055 www.skylerled.com info@skylertek.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION — MAY : JUNE 2016


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SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING Studio Italia Design Terralux

David Weisinger, Director-US 1835 NE Miami Gardens Dr., #555, Miami Beach, FL 33179 Phone: 305-621-9602 www.studioitaliadesign.com david@sid-usa.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, Wall Sconces MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

SuperBright LEDs, Inc. Josh Dunning, Account Manager 4400 Earth City Expressway, Earth City, MO 63045 Phone: 866-590-3533 www.superbrightleds.com josh-d@superbrightleds.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Sign Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

SuperGreen Solutions Danny Ricucci, Client Account Manager 8001 Hillsborough Rd., Ellicott City, MD 21043 Phone: 410-465-4276 www.supergreensolutions.com ellicottcitymd.info@supergreensolutions.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Targetti Marie Paris, CEO 750-A W. 17th Street, Costa Mesa, CA 92627 Phone: 714-513-1991 www.targetti.us targettiusa@targetti.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, Light Bulbs, Close to Ceiling Fixtures, Solid State Lighting Fixtures, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Security Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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Matt Sallee, Business Development 1830 Lefthand Cir, Ste. B, Longmont, CO 80501 Phone: 303-442-4960 www.terralux.com msallee@terralux.com PRODUCT TYPE: LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Wall Sconces, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting, LED Retrofit Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Times Square Lighting Rob Riccardelli, President 5 Holt Dr., Stony Point, NY 10980 Phone: 845-947-3034 Fax: 845-947-3047 www.tslight.com rob@tslight.com PRODUCT TYPE: Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

TLS International David Sellam, Owner 300 Montee de Lisse, Saint-Laurent, QC H4T 1N9 Canada Phone: 514-858-6556 www.tls-led.com dudi@tls-led.com PRODUCT TYPE: LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Recessed Lighting, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting, Surface Lighting/Backlit Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

Tresco Lighting Shari McPeek, Public Relations & Advertising 12400 Earl Jones Way, Louisville, KY 40299 Phone: 502-499-5835 Fax: 502-491-2215 www.trescolighting.com smcpeek@rev-a-shelf.com PRODUCT TYPE: Accent Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, Recessed Lighting, Track Lighting, Task Lighting, Shelving Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Shopping Malls, Commercial, Residential

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SPECIAL REPORT

LIGHTING Troy Lighting USAI Lighting Steve Nadell, President 14508 Nelson Ave., City of Industry, CA 91744 Phone: 626-336-4511 Fax: 626-330-4266 www.troy-lighting.com steven@troycsl.com PRODUCT TYPE: Light Bulbs, Task Lighting, Wall Sconces, Exterior/ Outdoor Lighting, Landscape Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Restaurants, Corporate, Commercial

Melodie Mendez, Account Executive 35 East Broadway, 6th Floor, New York, NY10002 Phone: 212-966-3759 www.usailighting.com melodiem@vpcpapartners.com PRODUCT TYPE: Recessed Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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Jon Cooper, COO 3430 Quantum Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Phone: 954-617-8170 Fax: 561-557-3925 www.xeleum.com jon.cooper@xeleum.com PRODUCT TYPE: Solid State Lighting Fixtures, Highbay Lighting, LED Linear Indoor, LED Linear Outdoor, Exterior/Outdoor Lighting, Commercial Lighting MARKETS SERVED: Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, Restaurants, Corporate, Education, Shopping Malls, Commercial

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sk an architect for his ideal structure, and you might get an unbuildable landmark. Ask a contractor for the same, and you might get a box. But ask an owner, and you’ll probably get something like this – a functional facility that meets business needs, comes with the latest building technology, looks great, lasts, provides energy savings and can be built quickly at a good price. As solutions providers, it’s our job to step beyond the narrow silos of the traditional architect, contractor or specialty contractor and deliver results. Given today’s complex building needs and aggressive projects, we must align our thinking, strategies and solutions as a cohesive team. And we need a project delivery method that makes it possible. Fortunately, one has been proven time and again to create a successful team environment that fosters smarter projects, smoother delivery and reductions in risk, cost and schedule – not just for owners, but also for project teams. That method is Design-Build.

How to get the job done better, faster and smarter with Design-Build By Todd Imming

Create opportunity to add and capture value

In most any job, the best opportunities to capture value are before the project begins and in early design. Specifically, by bringing together the expertise of a full team and working in open discussion with the owner, you can align the project to achieve maximum value. Whether you’re building a distribution center to support logistical efficiency or a hospital to support quality care, collaborating up front as an expert team allows you to define top-level and specific goals, then identify the most sound design and construction solutions.

Single-source responsibility

How many times have you seen something like this happen on a job? An architect designs a facility, then a contractor wins the job and begins construction, but a specified building solution is impractical or expensive to build. A change order is requested, the architect and contractor spar over whose fault it is, and the owner is stuck with a higher bill and project delays. In many traditional design-bid-build projects, this is standard operating procedure. Now picture this: Architect, contractor, owner and specialty contractors sit down with a proposed, early-stage design. This multi-disciplined project team reviews the design for potential issues of cost, schedule and constructability. Specific strategies are developed to alleviate any ambiguities left in the design. And any potential problems are identified, solved and averted before construction begins. Sounds a lot better right? That’s how it works in Design-Build. In the Design-Build project approach, one entity takes single-source responsibility for all project aspects. All team members are contractually aligned from the start, instead of working against each other and taking on concerns of contractual blame. Not only is life easier for the owner, but also for all project team members, who are freed up to solve problems through collaboration.

Early stage designs incorporate the expertise of a full team and can be adapted to put the project on a course for success. The entire job becomes an exercise in value engineering, with specialty trades and domain experts gaining the ability to offer value-added solutions on everything from energy efficiency to foundation construction and flooring materials. Through Design-Build, your team and your project become more valuable to the owner, who reaps the value of a smarter project.

Controlling the process

Some contractors shy away from taking on the design risks associated with Design-Build. In our experience, there’s far greater risk in not taking some ownership of the design process. To us, the look and feel of a facility is only one part of the design. Without incorporating cost, schedule and constructability analysis into the design, it’s incomplete. And an incomplete design leads to change orders, delays, quality concerns or worse – contract disputes and even safety issues.

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Simply put, it’s more risky to deal with change orders, delays and problems on the job site than it does to get it right from the start. Design-Build reduces risk by bringing together the whole team and ensuring potential problems are addressed before they become costly.

Results speak for themselves

Starting with defined project goals and best-value solutions, Design-Build paves the way for smarter construction and cost savings. Then, with solutions identified and all parties onboard, your project team has the freedom to aggressively deliver innovative strategies that add value.

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Job site preparation can overlap latter sections of the design process, with project elements nested for fast-track delivery. Designs can better account for how the structure actually will be built and how materials will be installed. Clashes in the use of space can be avoided, creating the opportunity to deliver better solutions for building enclosures, MEP systems, specialty systems (e.g. conveyors in a warehouse) and everything in between. The result is a faster, higher quality project delivered at the best price. And the numbers back it up. According to a 2014 study conducted by the McGraw Hill Construction, 20 percent of Design-Build projects are completed ahead of schedule – a far higher number than design-bid-build projects completed early. And a detailed 1998 study of 351 projects conducted by the Construction Industry Institute and Penn State Research, found that Design-Build provides: • 4.1 percent less unit cost than design-bid-build • 33.5 percent faster project delivery than design-bid-build • 5.2 percent less cost growth than design-bid-build • 11.4 percent less schedule grown than design-bid-build The results speak for themselves. With Design-Build, you can save time and money for owners and yourself. CCR Todd Imming is CMO for The Korte Company, one of the ENR’s Top 100 Design-Build firms nationally. For more information, visit www.korteco.com/design-build.

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Crushing it How the Crushed Red is helping change the fast-casual game

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Crushing it How the Crushed Red is helping change the fast-casual game

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t’s all about options, especially in the highly competitive race for the attention of today’s health-conscious consumer. And when it comes to restaurant options, having the right selection, in the right environment, is critical.

The story behind Crushed Red Urban Bake & Chop, a salad and pizza concept featuring chopped to order salads and pizza, is what happens when opportunity meets ambition. The concept is the brainchild of veteran restaurateur Chris LaRocca, and the father and son entrepreneur team of Ralph Kalish, Jr., and Powell Kalish. The trio set out to create a restaurant concept that featured “truly delicious and healthful foods” – options that they could not find from their counterparts. After assembling a team committed to helping fulfill their vision, Crushed Red was born. Organically dressed salads chopped to order with colorful ingredients. Pizzas defined by crispy whole-grain crusts and organic tomato sauce. A welcoming, comfortable atmosphere.

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And they sidestepped the whole fast-casual concept and labeled their vision “Artisan Fast.” Commercial Kitchens sat down with Powell Kalish, broker associate for Hilliker Corporation, and co-owner/co-founder of Crushed Red, to see how and where the brand is heading.

Give us a snapshot of Crushed Red Brand?

Crushed Red is a fast-casual restaurant specializing in organically-dressed chopped salads and personal-sized hand-stretched pizzas. The salads are quickly and thoroughly chopped right in front of our guests, and the pizzas cook in our custom-made ovens in just 90 seconds. The first location opened in Clayton, Mo., in 2012, followed by Kirkwood, Mo., in 2013, and Creve Coeur, Mo., in 2015. Our first Illinois restaurant is scheduled to open this year. The first franchise locations opened in Denver in 2015.

What type of consumer are you targeting?

Crushed Red attracts a variety of demographics – from the business professional who wants a quick lunch, to the soccer mom with kids who each want their own pizza, to the young couple looking for a date night that won’t break the bank. Our customers, who want an elevated fast-casual experience, believe they're getting a much better value than what they would experience with our competition.

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How does the design of the restaurant cater to today's consumers' taste?

The design is very similar to Subway or Chipotle, where you go down the line and see the food created right before your eyes. Besides the prep kitchen, everything is upfront and open to the customer. They get to see all we have to offer, so their salad selection is a more visual experience.

Walk us through how and why it designed the way it is?

To capitalize on the "value-added" concept, our buildout is typically 20 percent more than our competition in order to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. We uniquely offer butcher block tables, leather booths, wood floors and creative Mason jar lighting. We combine this ambiance with linen napkins, real glassware, china and silverware. All of these elements add to this total dining experience.

Walk us through your construction and design strategy.

Our construction team consists of our architect, equipment provider, millwork partners and general contractor. The kitchen and line are designed first to ensure we map out the most necessary and essential equipment.

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After that, it is all about creating the restaurant’s flow and to include an ample number of available seats. We are very uniform and have everything – from the paint colors to the door stop on the restroom door – specifically selected for all of our restaurants. Loft-like wood ceiling, a row of booths on a 6-inch riser, and community tables are all staples at Crushed Red.

What do you see as some of your biggest opportunities moving ahead?

Give us a rundown of your kitchen operation.

Are you optimistic about what you see in the restaurant sector?

The back kitchen is only used for washing and preparing vegetables, as well as dishwashing. All cooking equipment is visible and positioned in the front line. This is intended to give customers a fully interactive experience and the ability to see their food prepared right before their eyes.

What's the biggest issue today related to the construction side of the business?

Besides the ongoing issue of using union for non-union labor, the biggest issue is complying with different municipality’s codes. What might be completely acceptable in one municipality could shut down a construction job located only 30 minutes away. We have learned to be more flexible and to anticipate issues before they happen.

Talk about your sustainability initiative.

We plan to have a total of seven to 10 corporate stores in the greater St. Louis area. Outside of that, we plan to focus on franchising. We currently have a franchise partner in Denver. We also have developments in the works for Michigan, Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Nebraska.

Our customers believe they’re getting a much better value than what they would experience with our competition.

Crushed Red is committed to our guests and to our environment. Bringing you fresh, healthy food in a restaurant that produces zero waste is our primary focus, but we also truly care about the well-being of our guests and staff. We are part of the Green Dining Alliance. We were given this distinction after all locations went through a comprehensive analysis and, according to the Alliance, it was determined that we exceeded “industry norms for sustainable restaurant management and operations." We are proud that our restaurants produce zero waste and are 100 percent sustainable. This has been very important to us from the beginning, and we feel it's also very important to our guests.

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Absolutely. Today’s consumer is willing to pay a small premium for a quality product and a superb dining experience. We were able to fill a void by elevating the fast-casual concept. Fast food will always do what they are doing, but what we are seeing is people want the "value-added" experience, but do not want to break the bank by going to your typical full-service restaurant. You will definitely see the fast-casual sector continue to expand.

Why did you pick the locations you did for your restaurants?

Picking the right location can be the hardest part in this business. Because we have very strong lunch and dinner crowds, we need locations that have the daytime business population, but also have the rooftops that will support dinner. We are believers in the clustering affect to create the density necessary to succeed.

What is your growth plan? What areas are you targeting?

Between corporate and franchise stores, we have five restaurants open right now. We plan to double that by the end of 2016, with two more corporate locations and three franchise openings. By the end of 2018, we are projecting to have 15 franchise stores, 40 by 2020, and 60 by 2021. On the corporate side, we are planning seven to 10 locations in the St. Louis area, and could possibly look to other Midwest markets for corporate stores.

What trends are you seeing?

Foods that are creative, healthy, good for the environment, and possess bold flavors with unique menu items. I don’t mean to be repetitive, but today’s consumer is willing to pay a


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We make sure to offer an atmosphere with elevated décor to ensure their dining experience is enjoyable. nominal premium for that elevated experience. That experience includes the location, décor and food.

What is the secret to creating a “must visit” restaurant today?

It is truly about the ‘value-added’ aspect. Crushed Red promotes ongoing communication with the staff, as well as an interactive experience with our customers who can see firsthand their food choices and preparation.

What is today's consumer looking for?

Consumers want to see and taste quality. We make sure to offer an atmosphere with elevated décor to ensure their dining experience is enjoyable. We also feature healthy and craft choices that consumers are searching for.

What's the biggest item on your to-do list right now? Growth. But we are extremely diligent about finding the right real estate for new locations and working with the right franchise partners.

Describe a typical day.

I am not the typical restauranteur. In addition to being a co-founder of Crushed Red, I also am a full-time commercial real estate broker for Hilliker Corporation in St. Louis. I have a wide variety of clients, ranging from Fortune 500 national tenants, to fraternal orders selling historic landmarks, to retail tenants like Crushed Red. Hilliker Corporation’s motto is, we are the “entrepreneur’s choice for real estate,” which is a perfect match for me being an entrepreneur myself.

Tell us what makes you so unique?

I have a lot of different passions when it comes to both play and work. I helped create a unique restaurant concept, while maintaining a full-time job in commercial real estate. That’s pretty amazing. I don’t know many people who are as lucky as I am that have the chance to focus on two totally different businesses. CK

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Co-founder & Chief Expansion Officer Crushed Red Urban Bake & Chop

What’s the most rewarding part of your job?

Creating jobs (approximately 35 per store) and interacting with customers. I am fulfilling a dream that my dad, my business partner and I started over five years ago.

What was the best advice you ever received? Never bet more than you are willing to lose.

What’s the best thing a client ever said to you? My client said he appreciated that I acted as if I were the one making the deal and looking out for his best interests.

Name the three strongest traits any leader should have.

Confidence, respect and solid communication skills. Confidence to know you will make the right decision; respect for your peers, employees and customers, and;

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the ability to accurately communicate what you need to get across in a way that will get the job done.

What is the true key to success for any manager? To possess the strong traits that I listed above.

What’s your favorite vacation spot?

A non-touristy beach with my wife, where we can just relax with a cold drink, soak up the sun, read a good book, and hear the waves roll in.

What book are you reading now? “Killing Kennedy” by Bill O’Reilly

How do you like to spend your down time?

What is down time? If I do have some free time, I like to get creative in the kitchen and whip up a good dinner for family or friends.

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Without a doubt, the market’s burgeoning indoor air quality (IAQ) problems – a byproduct of the enterprise inside – had to be resolved if the non-profit venue and its 36 vendors were to survive. Years ago, city managers and market executives knew they had a problem, so, gradually, a plan emerged. Wolfe, who joined the market’s executive staff in 2013, learned about plans to overhaul the building’s ventilation system on his first day, when his girlfriend demanded he quarantine his work clothes when he got home.

Engineered solution

Of course, the science behind the market’s inadequate ventilation was the purview of trade professionals with a language foreign to the market’s everyday patrons, with terms like “particulate parts per billion,” “IAQ” and “CFMs.” Enter Stuart Schlotterbeck, P.E., and IAQ linguist. Schlotterbeck is a senior mechanical engineer for Columbus-based Dynamix Engineering Ltd, the firm chosen by city managers to engineer a solution to the market’s IAQ problem. One of the first decisions made by Schlotterbeck was the specification of four, 20-ton Atherion packaged ventilation rooftop systems manufactured by Modine – ultimately chosen to be the crown jewels for the market’s IAQ improvement project. Next in line were the central exhaust fan and innovative venting and kitchen hoods. They also were to become integral components to make the whole, an engineered solution built precisely to meet the current and future needs of the expanding market.

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Because the market is in an older building, there was a lot of stuff on the ground. It also was attached to the ceiling, which had to be moved to complete the ventilation work.

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“Of key importance was the need to for make-up air,” Schlotterbeck says. Prior to the renovation, air balance tests for the building proved negative – more air was being exhausted from the building than was supplied from outside. “Net pressurization for the building should be positive,” Schlotterbeck says. “Tests confirmed the need for more make-up air.” The North Market retrofit project came out for bid about two years before actual work began.

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Canal Winchester, Ohio-based General Temperature Control (GTC) – armed with Schlotterbeck’s design – submitted the winning proposal during the re-bid process. GTC was chosen to replace the ailing rooftop equipment and to overhaul the ducted ventilation system within the building.


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GTC was a natural choice for the job, which began in August 2013, and concluded three months later. The firm’s 35plus employees include eight sheet metal pros, 12 pipefitters and six service personnel. The market’s budget for the total project was $1.2 million. CEO Bob Billings says that as a union shop they simply draw on the local unions (Local 189 of the United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters, and Local 24 of the International Association of Sheetmetal Workers) for skilled labor support as needed to complete complex projects.

Billings says GTC’s territory includes all of Central Ohio within a 100-mile radius of Columbus. It exclusively focused on industrial and commercial HVAC and mechanical systems service work. Billings chose Mike House, project manager, to direct the North Market’s ventilation retrofit. House says the North Market project involved extensive coordination and well-defined logistics because of the need for the market and the vendors to remain operational during the entire retrofit project. “I met with managers of the market and vendors every day during our work there,” House says. “They always needed to know where we’d be so that everyone could remain in operation. We had to coordinate with all of the other trades. Adding to the challenge was the inability to store materials there.

More than meeting code

Because the market is in an older building, there was a lot of stuff on the ground. It also was attached to the ceiling, which had to be moved to complete the ventilation work. The commercial ductwork was a fairly specialized installation. GTC pros installed hundreds of feet of 14-inch to 36-inch Selkirk ZeroClear kitchen grease duct with a zero clearance to combustible rating and integral chase construction. The high-temp fiber insulated, double wall construction provides a twohour fire resistance rating and eliminates the need for a separately constructed, fire-rated enclosure around the duct. The grease duct was installed to remain fully exposed and includes dozens of access door clean-outs. “I was initially concerned about the exposed duct,” says Steve Alvarez, project manager for the City of Columbus. “From a walkway on the second floor, the duct can be touched. I was concerned about the possibility of burns. But when it was apparent that – matched with the kitchen hoods – the ducts met code and could be touched with no risk of burn, I became a proponent for the plan.” Another advantage to the Selkirk duct was the ability to install it with minimal slope. Typically, a 10-inch fall is required for every 40 feet of vent. House says the Selkirk material required only 1/16-inch per foot. Also installed by GTC crews were eight 10-foot, and two 8-foot Halton Capture Jet kitchen hoods, designed to efficiently eliminate heat and all emissions within the convected plume from all cooking spaces. All of the (NFPA) Type 1 hoods, which are

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designed to remove heat, smoke, vapors and grease, are served by a single, central fan. Ritch Lewis, partner with the Cleveland-based manufacturer’s rep firm, Thermal Products, says the hoods are 30 percent more efficient than conventional hoods, reducing the amount of exhaust and required make-up air. Less exhaust is needed to remove the particulate- and moisture-laden plume seeking airborne status from the market’s many ovens, griddles, fryers, broilers and wok ranges. “When that effluent isn’t removed – which was the case before the new ventilation work was complete – it condenses and falls out of the plume, leaving smelly grease particulates everywhere, on clothing, skin and in hair,” Lewis says. “That’s at the very heart of why this project began in the first place.” Rich Catan, VP of marketing and sales for Halton, says the keys to efficient

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operation of the kitchen hoods are the demand-control infrared sensors, an exhaust collar temperature sensor, and an ambient space temp sensor built into each hood – allowing independent modulation of the dampers for each hood. “The IR sensors, especially, detect changes in cooking activity.” Signals also are sent through the central control system to the new, 5-1/2-foot square, 24,000 CFM PennBarry variable-speed fan. When combining hood damper control with adjustable fan operation, optimal evacuation and ventilation are achieved. Another key facet to Schlotterbeck’s design was an integrated fire suppression system. “If the ducting was a manifold-based system, the entire fire suppression system would need to be discharged simultaneously,” Schlotterbeck says. “But with Type 1 hoods, fire suppression [packaged by Halton] is controlled independently at each hood.”

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Compared to the work done inside the building, the actual installation of the new rooftop equipment was quite simple, House says. “The Modine Atherion ventilation systems are sized ideally to fit into the old Aaon rooftop curbs, so there was very little prep work involved in swapping-out the old systems with the new. We’re well-acquainted with the Atherion equipment.” The Atherion units specified by Dynamix are designed to meet ASHRAE 189.1 and 62.1 standards for IEER efficiency and indoor air quality. The systems can be equipped to provide high-efficiency gas heating, MERV16 air filtration. The North Market units are equipped with 80 percent efficient, 500 MBH furnaces with hot gas reheat and the capability for 100 percent outside air ventilation for greater energy savings. Schlotterbeck says the Atherion’s gas burners maintain more than 80 percent burner efficiency and modulate down to 15 percent of the full rating. This allows improved efficiency while maintaining discharge air temperatures during the heating season within a few degrees of setpoint. “The makeup air units are specifically designed to vary the amount of outside air to the inside space,” Schlotterbeck says. “A controls signal originating from the exhaust hoods and passed through the building automation system (BAS) to the makeup units ensures that they draw enough outside air while precisely tracking

the amount of air evacuated by the central fan and kitchen hoods to maintain positive pressurization of the building.”

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Through September and October 2013, GTC crews worked evenings to complete most of the interior grease duct and kitchen hood installations. On an overcast day in November 2013, GCT removed all of the old rooftop equipment, with ready replacements. “We had to cordon-off about one-quarter of the parking lot,” House says. “A small crane arrived to unload the rooftop units, curb adapters and all of our other material. We needed a much larger, 90-ton crane with a 120-foot boom to lift the rooftop equipment onto the roof because of the need to reach so far up, and in, from just one location on the ground.” During the afternoon, the building closed as the big crane cranked up for its fist task: GTC crews were in place to eliminate the old rooftop systems. As quickly as the old equipment came down, new curb adapters were fitted and preparations were made to line up the new supply and return ducts, gas supply and all wiring. That evening, with the crane work completed, a GTC crew remained behind to activate two of the new Atherion units and the big fan for morning operation. When the sun rose, and soon vendors began to arrive for the new day, the ventilation system was mostly operational. GTC crews made quick work of the remaining installation work. CCR

John Vastyan is president of Common Ground, and a senior contributor for Commercial Construction & Renovation magazine.

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manager for Bostik’s Consumer and Construction Division. "Anytime when working with wood, whether it is solid or engineered, a major concern is moisture intrusion coming either from the ground (in this case from the concrete slab) or from the atmosphere." Allred says that’s why its Greenforce wood flooring adhesive was an obvious choice. The adhesive not only offers the unsurpassed strength of urethane, but it's easy to clean and install, and controls moisture vapor. Greenforce also has been formulated with Bostik’s exclusive Axios Tri-Linking Technology, which means the wood flooring always will be installed at optimal levels. AXIOS technology combines the tenacious bond strength of Bostik’s high-performance urethane chemistry with the remarkable ease of use experienced from today’s most advanced European, hybrid polymer systems. With moisture vapor protection equivalent to that of premium moisture mitigation coatings, it offers the ultimate installation protection and simplicity. When combined with Bostik's No. 39 patent-pending Thickness Control Spacer Technology, its performance is equivalent to that of cork’s sound dampening properties. Lew Nonay, owner of Yanon’s Classic Hardwood Floors & Construction LLC of Montrose, Co., said his company always has

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“When we first got involved with the Telluride condo project, we looked at the product’s specs, which we saw as being ‘bomb-proof.’”

Brian Coleman, outside sales representative of Intermountain Wood Flooring, says that the Greenforce selling points we presented to the installer are pretty amazing. "The product offers a lifetime moisture vapor guarantee, and a lifetime bond guarantee for wood flooring installed. Additionally for this project, the ‘ease of spread’ for such a large installation was obvious. So was the product’s new technology, which eliminates the installer having to conduct concrete moisture testing." – Lew Nonay, Owner, Yanon’s Classic Hardwood Floors & Construction LLC The product comes in smaller, four-gallon pails with a locking plastic lid. "This made the product lighter," Coleman says. "Other adhesives are outfitted with metal lids and you can’t always get a good Trying new options seal when closing it at the end of the day. The next day, a layer of the Nonay says they have been in the hardwood floor covering business a glue would have dried, and one would have to chip away at it.” long time, and for more than a decade, always used the "wide-brush" Coleman says that Greenforce also is great for engineered application method. "In other words, we use a lot of glue,” he says. wood projects, especially during clean up time. “You can just wipe Nonay also says that because Greenforce is a one-step appliaway without worrying about removing the finish.” cation process rather than a two-step, it saves his company time, There are few who will argue that Telluride offers some of the labor and, ultimately, money. “This was a challenging installation, as most scenic overall visuals on this planet. Rooted in history, this there were a lot of borders going over the tubes of the floor warming bustling ski town and historic jewel, with its clapboard storefronts, system," he says. "Greenforce was ideal, as it works over a multitude omnipresent art galleries, old-time bars and restaurants galore, of substrates as well as various floor warming components. This way, provides photo buffs a “Kodak moment” after just about every few we can depend on one product for different sub-floors, and not spend steps they take. CCR valuable time selecting a different adhesive for each individual job.” Ron Treister is president of Communicators International, a Jupiter, Fla.-based marketing firm. He can be reached at rlt@communicatorsintl.com.

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Aging heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems not performing up to expectations were costing time and money, and the department faced many challenges, including multiple repairs, increasing maintenance calls and issues of occupant comfort. DFS wanted to make upgrades to address these challenges in its four buildings. They also wanted to implement solutions to minimize energy demand and consumption in keeping with Executive Order 31 signed by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, which directs state agencies to reduce electricity consumption by 15 percent in state buildings by 2017. But like many public agencies with ever-tightening budgets, DFS did not have the funds necessary to address increasing energy costs and aging mechanical systems. The department found a solution through performance contracting, a funding model that allowed DFS to implement

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“The upgrades have also reduced the buildings’ environmental impact while improving comfort and productivity for our staff and visitors.” – Henry Caprio, Facility Manager, Virginia Department of Forensic Science

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building improvements expected to reduce energy consumption by about 40 percent and save more than $1 million in taxpayer dollars annually.

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Upgrades were needed in the department’s four buildings to minimize energy demand and consumption, to update heating plants at the Roanoke, Richmond and Norfolk facilities, and to ensure building exhaust redundancy in the Richmond facility, among other items. Several Virginia governors have supported performance contracting as a way for state agencies to reduce energy consumption without the need to invest significant capital dollars. With performance contracting, agencies receive funding to upgrade building infrastructure and achieve the measurable results they’re looking for — and use existing operational dollars to finance the improvements.


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incorporate current efficiency and sustainability technologies without sacrificing performance, and without expanding our operational budget.” Trane engineers conducted a high-level energy analysis of one DFS building to show the possibility for savings. Based on those results, the department was convinced of the opportunity and put out a request for proposals (RFP) for the project. After Trane was selected in the RFP process, engineers conducted an in-depth energy audit of all four DFS buildings.

“We hoped that this project would allow us to incorporate current efficiency and sustainability technologies without sacrificing performance.” – Linda Jackson, Agency Director, Virginia Department of Forensic Science

For example, if improvements are projected to save 30 percent on a utility bill, the agency receives a loan for the upgrades and uses the savings to pay it back over time. The operational budget of the agency does not increase, but rather a portion is redirected. So, in addition to being stewards of the environment, it allows public bodies to be good stewards of taxpayer dollars. Virginia DFS reached out to Trane, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, to determine if the performance contracting option made sense to meet the department’s needs. “Laboratories struggle with maintaining energy efficiency without a loss in operational effectiveness," says agency director Linda Jackson. "We hoped that this project would allow us to

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Based on that detailed information, energy engineers developed a list of possible solutions, along with the associated energy savings and costs to determine the payback and timeline to complete the work. Working through those energy conservation measures (ECMs) together, Trane and DFS determined the priorities for the project. “In evaluating potential partners for this project, we looked for a company that envisioned a team approach," says Henry Caprio, facility manager for the department. "Trane’s project team members had just that approach, understanding the need to work with agency staff so that the project could progress with as little disruption to agency operations as possible.” The Virginia Department of the Treasury funded the improvements through a loan from a private lender, with technical

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assistance and approval from the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy. This funding scheme allowed DFS to use future energy and operational savings to finance the infrastructure improvements upfront.

Solutions improve efficiency and performance

A wide range of solutions were chosen to help DFS reach its efficiency, sustainability and occupant comfort goals in several phases of the project. Upgrades to the buildings included: • Airflow rebalancing to ensure that the laboratories were not over-ventilated and wasting energy to heat and cool the excess air. A safety consultant helped determine that ventilation rates could be safely reduced in the labs without affecting indoor air quality or occupant health and safety. • Fume hood retrofits for the installation of high-performance, constant-volume hoods in the labs. The previous hoods required more airflow to operate effectively, while the new hoods operate more efficiently. • Optimization of existing controls systems in each building. These changes to how the heating and cooling systems operated help improve efficiency and reduce energy consumption when the buildings are empty. • New heating plants in the labs in Richmond and

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Norfolk facilities, along with a new summertime boiler in the Roanoke lab, to improve heating plant efficiency and performance and reset the life cycle. • Installation of a new Trane water-cooled chiller at the Richmond laboratory. The facility previously required two 650-ton chillers running at near maximum capacity on hot summer days. With the project upgrades, the building cooling load was reduced from 1,300 tons to 900 tons, allowing for installation of a new 270-ton Trane centrifugal chiller with adjustable frequency drive (AFD) to handle the cooling load during milder parts of the year when the existing machines would be too large to operate without excessive cycling. An AFD also was installed on one of the existing chillers to allow it to run at lower loads more effectively and improve overall efficiency. • Installation of two new Trane chillers at the Norfolk facility to reflect the significantly reduced cooling load in the building. The smaller chillers effectively meet the new cooling requirements and incorporate variable speed pumping into the plant. • Reverse osmosis water purification upgrades at the Richmond and Norfolk facilities. The new systems provide greater efficiency and require less electricity and water to provide the same amount of purified water.


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To help make sure that updated systems continue to run at optimal efficiency, DFS also incorporated Trane Intelligent Services offerings that paired expertise from a Trane services team with ongoing data monitoring. This process monitors and analyzes data from approximately 100 sub-meters across the DFS asset portfolio, so the facilities team can be informed when systems need attention.

Significant savings result

Leveraging the performance contract model allowed DFS to address energy and sustainability issues and upgrade building systems and equipment — all without taking on financial risk or stretching the existing budget.

Once the first phase of the project was complete, measurement after the first year of operation verified that the changes saved DFS $1 million on its energy spend — or 36 percent of the utility budget. That savings was even greater than the $800,000 in annual energy savings that Trane guaranteed as a result of the energy audit. Results were so successful that DFS implemented a second phase of the project and is now considering a third phase of improvements. In total, the department expects to reduce energy

consumption by more than 40 percent and save more than $1 million annually. “We are extremely proud of the fact that our energy performance contracts have allowed for good stewardship of taxpayer dollars and significant energy savings,” Jackson says. In addition to the reduced energy consumption and resulting savings, the solutions also helped improve the safety and comfort of DFS employees. Leveraging the performance contract model allowed DFS to address energy and sustainability issues and upgrade building systems and equipment — all without taking on financial risk or stretching the existing budget. "The Trane project team delivered results that not only reduced our utility spend, but greatly enhanced the reliability and efficiency of our physical plants," Caprio says. "The upgrades have also reduced the buildings' environmental impact while improving comfort and productivity for our staff and visitors." FC

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Enacted in 1981, the federal Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit allows a credit of up to 13 percent of eligible spending for new and improved products and processes. Qualified research must meet the following four criteria: • New or improved products, processes or software • Technological in nature • Elimination of uncertainty • Process of experimentation Eligible costs include employee wages, cost of supplies, cost of testing, contract research expenses and costs associated with developing a patent. This past December, President Obama signed the bill making the R&D Tax Credit permanent. Beginning this year, the R&D credit can be used to offset Alternative Minimum tax and startup businesses can utilize the credit against payroll taxes

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Smart bridges

Modern technology is making bridges around the country increasing intelligent and self-aware. These bridges have the ability to collect data about their dynamics, conditions and traffic flow. Small sensors scattered throughout bridges continuously measure physical conditions such as erosion, vibration, and strain. This produces a stream of data that can be analyzed by intelligent software programs to provide detailed monitoring and alert engineers when maintenance is needed. In addition, automatic incident detection (AID) and innovative video technologies also

are integrated across bridges, in order to achieve an optimized traffic flow.

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Tolling technologies are also evolving. Payments, collections, traffic management, customer service, and enforcement all involve constantly developing technologies. The goal of most of these new integrations is to relieve congestion at the toll booths without the addition of new highways, lanes, and pavement projects. E-ZPass, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, was an exceptional breakthrough technology when it first entered the market in the early 1990s. Since then, new vehicle identification technologies have continued to evolve and improve. Some ideas on the horizon involve incorporating the use of social media to deliver tolling messages, charging per mile, and the integration of vehicle infrastructure and smart toll lanes that would have the ability to open and close based on traffic patterns. New and improved technologies can help the United States manage its growing infrastructure problems. Federal and state R&D Tax Credits are available to help support and stimulate modern bridge design, construction, and maintenance innovation efforts. FC

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he term “lighting retrofit” can be a little overwhelming. What does it mean? What is involved? How much will it cost? A capital improvement that can increase the market value of your property, a lighting retrofit converts older, outdated lighting technology (for example, fluorescent and HID lamps) to newer, more energy-efficient technology (such as LEDs). Here’s everything you want – and need – to know about the LED retrofit process:

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As recently as five years ago, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) said that linear fluorescent lamps accounted for more than three-quarters of commercial building lighting service. Imagine how much energy (and money) could be saved if those fluorescent lamps were converted to LEDs, which can offer between 50 percent and 90 percent energy savings. The DOE says that national energy costs could be decreased by 25 percent if LED technology reaches projected market penetration levels in the next 15 years. Here’s what you can expect to happen in your commercial or institutional building when LEDs are installed vs. fluorescents or HIDs:

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To determine whether your building would benefit from a lighting retrofit, ask yourself these questions: • Do I want to reduce my building’s lighting energy costs? • How old is my building’s lighting technology? • Is any of my building’s lighting about to be phased out due to code changes? • Am I spending more than I’d like on lamp maintenance and replacement costs? • Are there certain parts of my building that are difficult to service? • Are my lights in use for more than 12 hours per day? • Does my lighting system support our organization’s sustainability initiatives?

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A common misconception is that an LED lighting retrofit automatically means that fixtures must be replaced. Lighting retrofits can be completed in three different, but simple ways, depending on your existing lamps and lighting system. The choice is yours. Now how do you decide?

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The DOE says that national energy costs could be decreased by 25 percent if LED technology reaches projected market penetration levels in the next 15 years.

LEDs don’t require separate ballasts like fluorescent fixtures. Instead, they make use of internal drivers. Some lighting fixtures can be retrofitted simply by changing out the bulbs (for example, swapping fluorescent tubes with LED tubes and removing the ballast and fluorescent lamp holders). Normally, the lowest-cost option in terms of labor and materials for both indoor and outdoor applications, direct lamp change-outs allow LEDs to go straight into traditional fluorescent tube troffers or HID fixtures.

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Many replacement applications now offer a plug-and-play option that installs directly into existing fixtures. With no need to remove the ballast fluorescent tube fixture – whether it’s a quick-start, instant-start, programmed-start or emergency fixture – simply replace the existing fluorescent tube with the right LED tube and you’ll see the energy savings start rolling in right away.

No. 2 – Retrofit Kits

Another upgrade option is an LED retrofit kit, complete with LEDs and driver, which mounts directly into the existing luminaire housing. These retrofit kits allow you to keep your original fixtures and convert them to energy-saving LED fixtures. For example, retrofit kits can convert recessed fluorescent lighting fixtures (troffers) by reusing the top portion of the existing fixture. Depending on your existing lighting system, labor costs for retrofit kits may be higher if electricians have to perform additional wiring modifications or follow special component-removal processes.

No. 3 – Replace Entire Fixtures

Replacing the entire existing lighting fixture with a new LED fixture is another option, and also the most costly. Lighting system replacement may be your best option if the condition of sockets isn’t good (obvious wear or major cracks) or poor lens/louver condition is apparent. Another factor to consider: If current lighting fixtures are completely enclosed, fixture replacement may be the best option for your building. LEDs shouldn’t be used in tightly enclosed fixtures unless they are approved for use in enclosed spaces. When heat can’t dissipate from the lamp’s heat sink, premature lamp failure may result. If above-the-ceiling access is restricted or not recommended in your facility, entire fixture replacement may not be an option.

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THE LOWDOWN ON LED RETROFITS

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Calculating ROI

Anything you can do to control energy costs gives your organization a competitive advantage. LEDs impact energy usage in several ways. There are many factors to consider when calculating the full return on your LED lighting retrofit investment: • T he reduction in lighting energy usage – the typical LED lamp saves between 50 percent and 90 percent as compared to other lighting options. • The impact of LEDs on the HVAC system – they don’t give off as much heat as fluorescents, so cooling loads may be reduced. • The reduced frequency of lamp replacement – including labor costs (necessary lighting maintenance can be reduced to nearly zero for the next several years). • R ebates offered by local utilities – ENERGYSTAR.GOV can tell you what types of offers are available in your area. • Incentives at the state and local government levels – ENERGY. GOV lists tax credits, rebates, and savings available by state. • The increase in efficiency – LEDs emit light downward vs. the 360-degree light pattern emitted by fluorescent bulbs, which illuminates more than the intended target. When you select the right lighting retrofit option for your facility, your LED system already is well on its way to providing several years of savings and quality performance. This makes it extremely worthwhile to say “yes” to LED lighting. CCR Jody Cloud is a lighting consultant who offers continuing education credits in LED lighting to members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), the American Hospital Association (AHA), the Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association (PRSM) and Community Associations Institute (CAI). He also is owner and founder of YES LED Lighting, as well as the author of the bestselling “Say YES to LED Lighting.” He can be reached at info@yesledlighting.com.


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LEGAL EASE

LEGAL EASE

Managing a defective building Four things every construction executive should know By Deborah Cazan & Breana Ware

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any buildings, at one point or another, experience leaks or the effects of other design and construction errors. While no two defect claims are identi-

cal, parties can make strategic decisions to limit the likelihood of a successful claim against them, and can use those same considerations to successfully assert claims against those par-

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Follow are four things you should know about managing a defective building:

No. 1 – Timing is everything

One of the first steps a party should take if it discovers or receives notice of a defect is to determine whether, from a timing perspective, the law still allows claims to be made against responsible parties. Every state has laws that limit the time parties have to make claims to enforce their rights or seek recovery after they have been damaged (known as a “statute of limitations”).


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LEGAL EASE

LEGAL EASE If you are running up against that deadline, parties can enter into agreements that postpone or “toll” that deadline. If that deadline has already passed, and you are the damaged party, you may be left holding the bag.

No. 2 – Provide notice to potentially responsible parties To optimize recovery against responsible parties, it's important to provide timely written notice of the potential defects in accordance with the terms of any operative agreements. For example, many construction contracts impose a duty upon a property owner to report, in writing, any defect they discover. Many contracts also include a requirement that notice be made “immediately” or “within a reasonable amount of time.” A party’s failure to notify an owner, architect or contractor about a discovered defect within the required time can be fatal to their claim, or at the very least, provide the other side with effective defenses to the claims against them. The content of a party’s written notice of a defect also is important. Notices should be carefully worded, since the information

So, owners often will engage consultants to help them determine who the responsible party is. This determination often is made through forensic testing. Because this testing can be costly and time consuming, parties should plan this process with an eye toward litigation to protect their interests in case the responsible parties are unable or unwilling to repair the defect. For example, consider whether the testing firm you engage has litigation experience. The best firms will have a good understanding the substantive issues, the litigation process and the potentially confidential nature of their communications. It also is imperative at this stage that the damaged party offer and allow all potentially responsible parties the opportunity to view the damages and test the existing conditions before they are disturbed. If the damaged party fails to do this, it likely will face a “spoliation” claim by the defending party. Spoliation basically is a violation of a duty to preserve relevant evidence, and a failure to preserve relevant evidence can result in the court issuing sanctions against you. For example, a court could decide that, since you destroyed relevant evidence, you are not permitted to introduce your own expert’s testimony. Spoliation claims are a costly distraction from the relevant issues in a case, and most spoliation claims can be easily avoided.

Even if you think you’re working amicably with all potentially responsible parties toward a resolution, you always must consider the “what if” of ending up in litigation. conveyed in them can impact your claim down the road. For example, if you issue a notice of a defect to the contractor and architect for the same defective condition, both parties will attempt to use and rely upon the notice to the other party as evidence that they're not responsible for the defective condition. Also, if you provide a notice that sets forth the date a defect was first discovered, the other side could use and rely upon that notice to argue that you failed to make your claim within the required time limits. Understanding the requirements and potential pitfalls of notice requirements are the first step to successfully making or defending against a construction defect claim.

No. 3 – Testing and investigation of the defect

Another step in the process of addressing a defective building condition is to determine the cause of the defect and the best course for repairs. Very often, this is easier said than done. Contractors and designers almost will always point fingers at one another.

No. 4 – Common claims

The most common claims in construction defect cases are for breach of contract, breach of express and implied warranties, and negligence, which can mean either negligent construction or negligent design. Claimants make a number of strategic considerations when deciding when to make a claim, and against whom. These decisions are guided not only by actual responsibility for any damage or defect, but also by which parties are solvent, and whether insurance is available. Claimants also consider whether they have a greater likelihood for success if they align with one party over another. For example, owners may be hesitant to file claims against architects if they need the architect to assist them in preparing their case against the contractor, who they may consider more responsible for the defects and resulting damages. While no two defect claims are identical, every defect claim requires careful planning. Even if you think you're working amicably with all potentially responsible parties toward a resolution, you always must consider the “what if” of ending up in litigation. Employing some of the strategies discussed here can help maximize recovery and minimize liability. CCR

Deborah Cazan is a partner in Alston & Bird’s Constructions & Government Contracts Practice Group, where she focuses on representing clients in litigation, arbitration and mediation of construction, development and real estate related disputes. Breana Ware is an associate in the group.

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PROJECTS

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ollowing is a brief report on new commercial construction projects. The information is presented as a service of Commercial Construction Data, a product of Commercial Construction & Renovation. For more information, visit www.cdcnews.com. PROJECT NAME

CITY

PROJECT VALUE

SQ. FT.

CONSTRUCTION TYPE

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Sebago Brewing Company

Portland, ME

$4,000,000.00

27,000

New Construction

Q1 2017

Dairy Queen and Commercial Developments

Concord, NH

$3,000,000.00

11,546

New Construction

late Q3 2016

Bike Kitchen

Dorchester, MA

$500,000.00

1,100

Remodel

early Q4 2016

Auntie Anne's - The Outlet Shoppes at Rentschler Field

East Hartford, CT

$100,000.00

933

Renovation

Q4 2016

RETAIL/RESTAURANTS/QUICK SERVE:

RETAIL/STORES/MALLS: CVS / New Haven

New Haven, CT

$3,000,000.00

13600

New Construction

late Q3 2016

Walmart #2747-216 - Remodel

Warwick, RI

$1,500,000.00

139,058

Renovation

Q3 2016

Cumberland Farms

Pittsfield, MA

$500,000.00

4,786

Renovation

Q4 2016

AutoZone #6772

Bridgeport, CT

$500,000.00

7,460

Renovation

Q3 2016

Burlington Town Center

Burlington, VT

$200,000,000.00

1,000,000

New Construction

Q4 2016

Bates Mill No. 5 Redevelopment

Lewiston, ME

$70,000,000.00

350,000

Remodel

Q1 2017

Back Bay Office Tower

Boston, MA

$16,500,000.00

79,300

Addition/Renovation

Q4 2016

Boylston Street Apartments

Boylston, MA

$13,000,000.00

49,000

New Construction

Q4 2016

MGM Springfield Hotel and Casino

Springfield, MA

$950,000,000.00

850,000

New Construction

late Q3 2016

Chain Forge Hotel

Charlestown, MA

$90,000,000.00

180,000

Remodel

late Q4 2016

Stratford High School Additions and Renovations

Stratford, CT

$108,976,000.00

250,000

Addition/Renovation

Q1 2017

The Montessori School of Northampton

Northampton, MA

$1,500,000.00

7,400

New Construction

late Q3 2016

Greenwood School Dormitories

Putney, VT

$350,000.00

3,000

Renovation

late Q1 2017

Island Arts and Education Center

North Hero, VT

$350,000.00

2,000

Remodel

late Q4 2016

Litchfield Town Hall

Litchfield, CT

$5,000,000.00

15,525

New Construction

late Q1 2017

Rowley Public Safety Building

Rowley, MA

$5,000,000.00

23,000

New Construction

late Q4 2016

Rye Town Hall Renovation

Rye, NH

$4,100,000.00

12,500

Addition/Renovation

Q4 2016

Libbey Industrial Parkway Medical Offices

Weymouth, MA

$55,000,000.00

226,000

New Construction

Q4 2016

Malletts Bay Veterinary Hospital

Colchester, VT

$2,900,000.00

5,039

New Construction

late Q3 2016

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I know that no matter how bleak things are, if you stay the course, you’ll “get-r-done” – hopefully, sooner rather than later.

Coaching different age groups has been a learning experience. Trying to teach young players who have little or no skills, patience is crucial. And then dealing with high schoolers who feel they are the sport's next top college recruit is like herding cats. Everybody thinks they know everything. Some of my teams have been very talented, while others have needed work. Staying positive has always been a serious challenge, to say the least. Such was the case with my 2016 Spring high school lax team. With goals at a minimum, we had a losing season. In fact, we didn't score our first goal until the fifth game. As the youngest and smallest team in the league, every game looked like boys versus men. But I kept telling my players, "to be the best, you have to play the best." It was frustrating

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to try to keep everybody's head up each week, parents included. But through hard work, persistence and practice, little by little, we improved each week. Finally, we had a breakthrough, and started scoring some goals. And then we won our first game. Winning that game was like winning the Super Bowl, as I personally have never been on a winless team. I kept telling my players that you will play as you practice, so you must master the basics if you're going to win. If you don't, it would be a very long season. Just as it says on my prep school weight room wall, "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." That's what happened as we went on a winning streak at the end of the season, building momentum into the end of season tourney. With so many losses in the beginning of the year, we could have packed it in and quit. But once a quitter, always a quitter. We persevered, improved and, ultimately, succeeded. Truthfully, it was one of the hardest coaching assignments I had ever undertaken. I know that no matter how bleak things are, if you stay the course, you'll "get-r-done" – hopefully, sooner rather than later. That goes for sports, business and our daily lives. We always would say this prayer by the great Spanish knight Ignatius Loyola before each game: "Teach us Good Lord, to give and not count the cost; to fight and not heed the wounds; to toil and not to seek for rest; to labor and not ask for any reward save that of knowing that we do thy will." 1-2-3, Go Mad Dogs! To all, we wish you much success in the second half of 2016. Enjoy the Summer ahead and stay cool. CCR

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