With our business growing, we took the opportunity to reconfigure our existing office space to allow our employees to have private work spaces and redefine our multifunctional conference room. Our conference room provides for a private client meeting space, a showcase for our cabinet lines and acts as an employee dining area with a custom kitchenette; all designed in house.
Tucked away on a quiet side street in historic downtown Newport, this charming two-story building dates all the way back to 1766! The property is half residential, half retail, and Innovative Construction had the pleasure of bringing back all of its faded beauty with a gentle restoration. With the bottom retail section of the structure complete, the old exposed beams stand tall against the newly sheetrocked and painted interior walls. The hardwood floors were stripped, sanded and re-sealed to a glossy shine. All new electrical wiring was put in, running along the ceiling and the exposed posts, which gives the historic building a touch of modern industrial style. Finally, a fresh coat of paint on the exterior welcomes tourists to this lovely little gem of a jewelry store. One final note about this property, the historic plaque to the right of the front door reads, Built by Joshua Saunders for his daughter Freelove Remson 1766.
Saugus, South Attleboro, Woburn
Over the years, Innovative has performed a lengthy scope of work coast-to-coast at Red Roof properties from exterior paint to lobby and guest unit renovations. Working with Red Roof gave us the opportunity to hone our expertise in hospitality ADA conversions, complete fully occupied hotel renovations and navigate the logistics of cross-country construction projects
This nursing home went through a major renovation. Bringing the electrical up to code, including rewiring the entire fourth floor was just the beginning. On top of new tile and plumbing work in all bathrooms, electrical fixtures throughout, a custom millwork piece was installed at the nurses’ station and all new furniture for private and common area spaces.
Innovative has performed an extensive list of work at this resort. The lobby underwent a total overhaul including trenching the concrete floor to run cable and electrical to each custom-built check-in pod. A vestibule was created to protect the lobby from the New England weather with a custom door. Since 2013 ICI has renovated 80 of the 144 units with new paint, carpet and electrical fixtures and furniture.
Attleboro, Natick, Pawtucket
From 2010-2012, ICI transformed three vacant warehouse spaces across southern New England to KOHLER-sponsored showrooms. From plumbing work to installing tile, painting to wiring electrical fixtures, laying floor to installing cabinetry, Innovative transformed these vacant buildings into fully functional kitchen and bath galleries.
With a gorgeous backdrop of the Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge and Narragansett Bay, we teamed with the Davidson Group to take an existing ‘snack shack’ at the Hyatt Hotel and turn it into a full-service kitchen and bar. On top of the ground up infrastructure, we took care of all the landscaping and hardscaping. Since our renovation the Hyatt has been acquired by Gurney’s, but our seaside remodel remains.
In the shopping district of downtown Newport, Innovative repurposed an outdated retail space into a fresh home for the Patagonia brand. Taken down to the studs, the space received new drywall, flooring, cabinetry, electrical and of course a fresh coat of paint.
Wisconsin Dells, WI
Tucked away amongst waterparks and tourist attractions lies cottage-style resort units which underwent a renovation in the fall of 2018. New vinyl plank flooring, carpet, and paint, along with updated furniture and artwork refreshed these outdated guest suites.
St. Philomena’s School has been a fixture since the early 1960’s with several buildings sprawled across their fifteen campus. This project focused on exterior work on, the auditorium, art center and the main building’s back porch. First, we screened in the existing back porch on the main building, adding double doors and a fresh coat of white paint. We re-sided the art building and finished it off with paint and new exterior electrical fixtures. Finally, the façade of the auditorium was treated to new trim and paint.