Through relationships with Property Management, Owners, and Tenants, Sonoran Crest services retail improvement needs in food service, small entrepreneurial retail ventures, and corporate retail and banking firms alike.
Odysea Aquarium sought out Sonoran Crest to construct several of the retail spaces throughout the Odsyea Aquarium experience, inclusive of the Butterfly Wonderland Addition.
Sonoran Crest has also partnered with Building Owners and Property Management groups on a couple of corporate build outs of Cost Plus World Market and Buy Buy Baby retail locations.
Washington Federal Bank also selected to work with Sonoran Crest Construction to successfully outfit 19 branch locations throughout the state of Arizona with ATM, night drop box, and interior improvements to accommodate the growth and services they are able to provide to their customers.
Odysea Aquarium(General Store, Vitality, Kiosk, Frozen Penguin, Butterfly Wonderland Addition)
Sonoran Crest Construction was selected by ownership and tenants of the Odysea Aquarium retail portion, to complete the first-generation build out following the gray shell build. Projects included Frozen Penguin Ice Cream shop, Vitality O2 Bar, Arizona Territory Trading Post, and The Kakery. Sonoran Crest also executed the ground up portion and interior finishes of the Butterfly Wonderland Addition and the Kiosk. Projects consisted of over 12,000 square feet collectively, and required attentive coordination with McCarthy Building Company and Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community to ensure project goals were met.
Client: Odysea Aquarium
Architect: Deutsch Architecture Group
Cost Plus World Market
Sonoran Crest Construction was selected by CBRE to perform the 32,728sq. ft. buildout retail needs of Cost Plus World Marker in Chandler, Arizona. Project consisted of complete interior demolition and new demising wall to separate retail spaces, exterior facade improvements and design, new electrical metering and lighting package, along with complete interior finishes per national retail standards and specifications. The project was completed on schedule and with high corporate satisfaction from the national retail chain.
Architect: K&I Architects
Washington Federal Projects19 Locations in Arizona
Washington Federal Bank selected Sonoran Crest Construction as their general contractor to provide construction services at nineteen of their Arizona locations. The project consisted of modifying the existing branches for the installation of new ATM’s and night deposit boxes. The construction took place over the course of three months and provided minimal disruption to the branches, which remained operational throughout the construction process. In addition to exterior modifications including walkways, facades and landscaping, Interior modifications of electrical, framing and millwork enclosures were provided.
Client: Washington Federal Bank
Project Size: 19 Locations – Various Sizes
Engineer/Architect: Craft Architects, Seattle, AZ
Buy Buy Baby
Sonoran Crest Construction was highly recommended for this project by the national retail group, following successful completion at Cost Plus World Market. The project consisted of 22,685 sq. feet of interior improvements, along with exterior site and civil work to accommodate new loading dock, truck well, and drainage system. Detailed coordination efforts were crucial with required vendors and suppliers to ensure scheduling and product procurement occurred in a timely manner. Troubleshooting design challenges to accommodate prototypic design plans also required collaborative efforts between all team players to ultimately provide a functional, operational space.
Client: Zell Commercial Real Estate Group
Architect: RKAA Architects, Inc.
Shasta Pools Design Studio Portfolio
Sonoran Crest Construction worked closely with Shasta Pools, McCarthy Nordburg Architectural Interiors, and Property Management to ensure successful completion of this project. Scope of work required complete demo of 4,900 sq. feet with build back to include reception area, conference rooms, demonstration area, design center, and auxiliary areas. Project was complete with careful consideration and respect for operational businesses and consumer traffic at The Shops at Norterra.
Client: Shasta Pools
Architect: McCarthy Nordburg Architectural Interiors
National Cremation Society
Project was a ground up addition to the existing 2,430 sq. foot National Cremation Society office.
“Greg – as you are aware the NCS Phoenix interior remodel and building addition project has been successfully completed and final inspections closed 7 days ahead of schedule all with great results. I am currently preparing Executive project summaries and coordinating turnover to the operating level managers. The remodeled spaces look great as does the new building addition, and It was a great experience working directly with John, Ryan and Melanie on this project. Over the years I have worked with many General Contractors, Project Managers, Superintendents and Project Coordinators and the team assembled at SCC is at the top of the list. There were several significant challenges related to the existing infrastructure along with the typical design and documentation issues and they were all addressed proactively and professionally and resolved. Project communication and follow up was timely and financial information managed fairly and effectively. We all understand how easily project challenges arise and it is the effort, character and professionalism that set apart the truly skilled from the average. Please let me know if there is anything I can do in the future and accept my thanks as we close this project out and I look forward to working with the SCC team again. “
Mitch Slater – Corporate Development Manager with National Cremation Services