Food Store

Whole Foods Market

Brooklyn, NY

Building Food Stores is not just something we do—it is something upon which we have built our reputation. Our experience in building large-scale retail food footprints, including multi-level facilities, various dining options, food halls, industrial kitchen spaces, in-house climate-controlled storage and refrigeration and freezer facilities, ensures our ability to meet the high standards of our clients. We’ve built rooftop greenhouses, on-site solar-powered generators and massive food preparation areas for the largest, most innovative retail food stores in the country. CM&B excels at understanding what the end consumer wants and creates brand experiences that meet and keep our clients on the cutting edge of providing engaging experiences for their customers.

Food Store - Our Clients
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Client Testimonial

Robert F. Donnelly

Whole Foods Market

“The entire CM&B team is comprised of some of the most dedicated, trustworthy and cost conscious professionals in the industry. Regardless of the nature of the project, I know we will receive an exceptional level of consistency and construction management. Most importantly, I know that the CM&B team is always looking out for Whole Foods Market’s best interests.”

Project List

Whole Foods Market
New England Region
Star Market
Roche Brothers Supermarkets / Brothers Marketplace
The Fresh Market
Martin's Food Market
Whole Foods Market
Tri-State Region
Aldi Supermarkets
Wegmans Food Markets
Big Y (1 of 1)
Big Y World Class Market
Price Chopper Super Center
Whole Foods Market
West Coast Region
Hannaford Supermarket
CM&B LIDL SI Low Res For Web-1
Mrs. Green's Natural Market

Food Store Trends

Re-purposing a Multi-Level Retail Space to a Food Store

CM&B experts recently spoke at the Food Marketing Institute’s annual Energy & Store Development Conference on the complexities associated with re-purposing a Multi-Level Retail Space to a Food Store with various formats.

Due to the change in retail, the amount of malls impacted by losing their large retail anchors has significantly grown creating a wave of dark spaces. This vast amount of empty retail space, in turn, has created a potential opportunity for new growth areas that come with new challenges. Our team members addressed the many factors involved in such a project including Structural Engineering, Logistical Planning, Building Envelope, Mechanical Improvements, Vertical Transportation Requirements and Waterproofing Requirements just to name a few.

Our team understands the cost factors associated with converting a retail mall space vs. ground up construction, as well as the unique challenges of constructing in an urban mall environment. Contact us today to learn how CM&B can better serve you with these new growth opportunities within the retail industry.