We bring the same Rittenhouse Builders mindset – listening, collaboration, problem-solving – to our work on commercial projects. In addition to aesthetic parameters there are also financial considerations. Commercial projects are investments for their owners. And so every effort must be made to build economically – optimizing the owner’s return – while still meeting all relevant codes and exceeding expectations for design and quality.
What helps a garden center owner make a new space a success? Openness, an airy, light earthy ambiance that nurtures growing things and helps move products. That, plus a floor space design with maximum flexibility to keep displays fresh and seasonal.
We accomplished all that with post and beam framing with dyed concrete and pea gravel floor areas. A more remarkable accomplishment was starting construction as the snow was melting and having the whole building ready in time for spring selling season in April.