Target Remodel – Albuquerque
The Target remodel in Albuquerque involved the demolition and renovation of the existing store, led by Jaynes Corporation. The building area encompassed 10,920 square feet of improvements aimed to enhance Target’s overall appearance, functionality, and safety.
The renovation included a full remodel of the fulfillment center, Starbucks, and Cash Office, a flooring and ceiling remodel for Ulta Beauty, a complete remodel of the existing team restrooms, a small ADA lounge addition in the existing stock room, new fire-rated wall and emergency powered roll-up door, and the complete demolition and remodel of a new walk-in cooler, walk-in freezer, and door access control with hardware for their new drive-up services. The work included HVAC equipment, controls, and integration into the existing WebControl. The project provides modern improvements while maintaining the store’s operational efficiency.
The project included self-performed millwork and concrete tasks by Jaynes Structures. Concrete work encompassed various aspects including freezer footings/pads, the Starbucks floor, trenching patch for the new sewer lines and a grease interceptor pad. Millwork responsibilities consisted of installing Starbucks-provided fixtures, countertops, and trim. These self-performed tasks created a more modern, functional, and customer-oriented space.
Target & R&O Construction