At Paulsen Architects, our dedicated design professionals understand that communities face dual demons as big-box retailers abandon their cavernous rectangles and urban malls drain customers and retailers from downtown streets. Our adaptive reuse projects help revitalize the damage big-box vacancies cause and help struggling central business districts through creatively reusing vacant space for economic payoffs.
We use specialized skills in design and planning to:
reprogram spaces and facilities for future flexibility.
bring natural light into big-box interiors for increased worker productivity and higher revenues.
incorporate historical designs and construction materials with modern materials and detailing.
conduct feasibility studies to support modern day building codes and compliance, structural concerns, soil contamination, asbestos and economic sustainability.
From abandoned buildings to empty storefronts, Paulsen Architects can help you plan and design facilities that raise the opportunity to reshape and reinvest in successful developments that build stronger, more vibrant communities.