How Quickly Life Can Change
|Sending this newsletter is hard. We have clients, partners and friends who have been deeply impacted by the virus sweeping across the world. Obviously, there’s no one that hasn’t been impacted. However, we have been amazed at people’s goodness, stepping up to help others, doing the right thing, and we are committed to the practices of keeping our team and clients as safe as possible during this time. We are doing our best to make progress where we can and are confident that we will all come back stronger than ever, and more grateful for things that we may have previously taken for granted! Like you all, we are adjusting to doing our work differently and carrying on in our personal lives too, wishing you all health and safety!|
Amidst the chaos, we have had some exciting things that happened this month. One of our longtime Project Manager’s, Zach Naze and Katie, welcomed their first daughter, Portia Divine Naze, and everyone is healthy & happy! Capitol was also named the 15th largest Indianapolis-area contractor by the Indianapolis Business Journal! We are proud of our steady growth over our 21 years, thanks to amazing clients, partners, and our team!
Here are a few projects we finished up earlier in the month around the country! Additional photos of these projects below can be viewed on our facebook page. As always, if you’re interested in talking further about our work or a potential project, please contact Lauren Kriner!
LIDS- Indianapolis, IN- 38,000 Sq. Ft.
Capitol enjoyed teaming up with Cushman & Wakefield’s construction management team, Curran Architecture and McGee Designhouse to work on the relocation of the Lids Headquarters in Indianapolis. Their new 38,000 square foot office in Woodland Office Park on Indy’s NW side, offers a variety of workspaces, tons of natural light and emanates their brand at every turn. The hat and sports apparel leader is now settled into their new space, serving clients via ecommerce and hundreds of retail stores. Photos courtesy of Michael Firsich.
GYU-KAKU JAPANESE BBQ, Naperville, IL- 4,600 Sq. Ft.
Capitol’s Chicago team recently completed a beautiful new Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ restaurant in Naperville, IL. The 4,600 sq. ft. space has seating for 130 as well as a private dining area. Guests enjoy barbecuing at their table, which features a smokeless roaster with a down draft system to suck the smoke into the bottom of the table and away from guests. DXU Architects of Chicago was on-point with the design!
CELERO- Brentwood, TN- 12,500 Sq. Ft
Our Nashville office recently built the new 12,500 office headquarters for Celero in Brentwood, TN. Celero is a tech firm offering business management platforms. Highwoods acted as the Construction Manager and ASD|Sky designed the new space! The faux painting in the lobby represents the windows of the famous Nashville Ryman Auditorium!
YOGA6, Carmel, IN- 2,200 Sq. Ft
Our team was delighted to bring the first Yoga6 in Indiana to life in the popular Bridges development in Carmel. The 2,200 square foot studio, designed by Curran Architecture, offers 6 different yoga class types, including a hot yoga option, led by experienced instructors at a variety of times! Yoga6 opened just prior to the COVID-related closures, and the team cannot wait to reopen to the community once it is safe to! Get your namaste on!
RECOVERY WORKS, Cambridge City, IN- 7,500 Sq. Ft.
Our second project for Pinnacle Treatment Centers/Recovery Works in Cambridge City, IN is now complete and operating. At this location, we built a 12,000 SF addition that provides room for 32 beds, conference area for the community, workout center, and laundry. Pinnacle has a growing demand for facilities to treat individuals recovering from addictions. Design was provided by C.R. Stone.