Retail

Panera Bread California Ave.

Panera Bread on California Avenue is a 4,228 square foot wood framed retail building and drive thru. Interior finishes include ceramic tile and a carpeted dining area with T-bar ceilings. Exterior finishes include plaster with ceramic tile accents, glass store front, and interlocking pavers in the outdoor covered patio seating area.

Architect
ArcVision Incorporated
Project Manager
Josh Slayton
Superintendent
Lyle Gartenlaub

Sully’s Chevron

Sully’s Chevron has a 4,500 square foot convenience store with a 1,500 square foot walk in cooler and a 16 pump fuel island.  The cultured stone, trellis, and terracotta roof tile add to the Tuscan theme of the overall shopping center.   Sully’s has Smith’s Bakery onsite selling pastries, as well as a notable selection of wine, cheese, and beer from around the world.

Architect
MCG Architects / Paul Dhanens Architect
Project Manager
Lance Randolph
Superintendent
Chris Cooper

AM/PM

AM/PM consists of a 2,400 square foot convenience store and a 2,400 square foot fueling canopy with 6 pumps on a .52 acre site.

Architect
AGC Design Concept, Inc.
Project Manager
Lance Randolph
Superintendent
Chris Cooper

Dewar’s

Dewar’s new facility is a 6,365 square foot wood framed building with a 50’s soda fountain and ice cream parlor theme to continue their 100 year old family tradition of family fun in the Bakersfield area.  Amenities include an arcade, party room, and an outdoor patio.

Architect
Skarphol and Associates
Project Manager
Chris Wilson
Superintendent
Dane Palmer

Grand Island Village Retail Center

Grand Island Retail Center consists of three shell retail buildings totaling 18,100 square feet developed by Bolthouse Properties.  The theme of the center includes intricate stone columns, large rough sawn trellis, and terracotta roof tiles to create a Tuscan villa experience.  The shell buildings now include retail establishments such as Dewar’s soda fountain and fine candies, Valley Republic Bank, and Grand Island Dental.

Architect
MCG Architects
Project Manager
Lance Randolph
Superintendent
Chris Cooper