Fit! Gym Towson Maryland Interior Renovation

Fit! Gym Towson Maryland Interior Renovation

Towson Maryland

Perched atop exit 29 of 695, Fit!s inaugural location is over 24,000 square feet. The Towson family owned health club offers a very unique pocketed gym design. The club opened in the Fall of 2010 and the Fit! family has been growing with each year. In 2013 Fit! Gym representatives contracted with The Development and Construction Partnership Inc. to completely renovate the interior of its original location.

The result of this collaborative effort was an amazingly transformed 24,000 square foot fitness space with a completely new interior completely protected by a new fire sprinkler system, new changing and bathrooms, as well as a vast array of upgrades to increase Fit customer retention. DCPI team members worked in collaboration with Fit! Gym Representatives in order to efficiently renovate the space while allowing Fit! to maintain some of its day-to-day Operations.

Fit! Gym
1125 Cromwell Bridge Rd.
Towson, MD 21286

Project Summary

Short Description: Complete Interior Renovation
Square Footage: 24,000
Duration: 60 Days
Trades Used: Electrical, Plumbing, Drywall, Flooring, Fire Safety (Sprinkler)

About DCPI Interior Renovations

Commercial interior renovation and construction requires existing conditions & needs analysis, product selection, production scheduling, and budget constraint solutions experience. Team Regal has the experience to make your office renovation priorities a reality. Likewise, years of providing solutions for professionally managed properties, makes us an ideal choice for owner occupied and tenant lessee renovation projects.

Attractive, safe, and well-thought out office plans maximize employee health and energy levels. During an interior renovation project, we can facilitate best use practices. The unit can be restored with green materials and methods, which can lower energy consumption, provide tax credit, and take advantage of existing energy efficiency rebates. Additionally, attractive office areas have been shown to improve productivity and morale of employees.

A 2009 Michigan State University study called Life Cycle Cost Analysis of Occupant Well-being and Productivity in LEED Offices, which analyzed the effects of buildings with higher ratings on the LEED scale (a measure of how green a building is), found that employees missed less work, had fewer allergic reactions caused by out of date construction materials, and increased overall productivity.

The following trades can be included in your typical unit remodel, and each of them have proven ROI if correctly executed.

  • HVAC
  • Floor coverings; Carpet, Vinyl, LVT, Hardwood, Tile, and decorative concrete
  • Paint an underestimated tool which can really brighten up an office unit
  • Window replacement for security or aesthetics
  • Lighting solutions for energy efficiency quotas
  • Electrical panel replacement to full re-wire
  • Building technology, including new data network hubs and cabling
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