Crossland Construction was awarded the $4.5 million contract to complete the Reasor’s remodel project. The original building underwent demolition of its exterior; only three of the four exterior walls remained. Crews also performed demolition of the front face and a portion of the parking lot. The roof was cut back from the main entrance and the entire interior was torn down and removed. All existing flooring was removed; a large portion of the floor slab was trenched. New HVAC, electrical, and plumbing were installed. The floor slab was patched and new vinyl composition tile was placed. Interior walls were rebuilt. New structural steel framing was used to rebuild the entire storefront. All of the structural steel was wrapped with cedar. Two structural steel gables were built at the main entrance as well. The ceilings of the gables are tongue-and-groove cedar. The store’s exterior was sided in cedar and cement board. New sidewalks were poured in front of the building. Stamped and stained concrete makes up the floor at the main entrance. The interior features both a chandelier and a fireplace. Crossland crews self-performed structural steel, carpentry, and concrete. The project was completed on time and under budget.