When our company built Coddingtown in 1960, it was one of the first enclosed malls on the West Coast. It is most satisfying to join with Simon Property Group to be part of the renovation program for Coddingtown Mall.
Rohnert Park, CA (PRWEB) September 22, 2008
Codding Construction, an experienced and quality general contractor since the 1940's, is proud to be constructing the start of a major renovation for Coddingtown Mall.
Construction on the shell of the exciting and new 50,000 square- foot Whole Foods grocery store is currently underway. The former Ralph's grocery store has been demolished and the new 7 million dollar, one-story building, is being constructed to provide a brand new Whole Foods' to serve the discerning shoppers of Sonoma County with fine healthy food and wine. The Coddingtown store is expected to offer a greater selection of gourmet prepared foods than most Whole Foods markets.
The store framing features locally manufactured, recycled steel panels supplied by Codding Steel Frame Solutions of Rohnert Park, CA. The panels are manufactured at the only One Planet Community in North America, Sonoma Mountain Village, in a zero waste, 100% solar powered factory.
John Gordon, President of Codding Construction, commented, "When our company built Coddingtown in 1960, it was one of the first enclosed malls on the West Coast. It is most satisfying to join with Simon Property Group to be part of the renovation program for Coddingtown Mall."
Codding Construction, who have completed over $450m of construction contracts, is part of Codding Enterprises, an industry leader in deeply sustainable and environmentally responsible building practices.
Codding Construction expects the shell to be completed by November 2008, with Whole Foods opening in May of 2009.
Learn more about Codding Construction at http://www.coddingconstruction.com.