Presentation on theme: "1 Home Department Phasing, Barricades and Panels Key Points Construction areas are always “hidden from the Customer” to protect the shopping experience."— Presentation transcript:
1 Home Department Phasing, Barricades and Panels Key Points Construction areas are always “hidden from the Customer” to protect the shopping experience. Once an area is under construction it is not opened to the public until it is 100% ready. Hard shops are worked first in order to meet reveal dates Street will be ready next to allow the stores a location to merchandise displaced product. Dates 3/15: Furniture turn over for merchandising 3/29: Hard Shop merchandising starts 4/5: Hard Shop reveal date (Bodum, Adler, Graves, Celebrations, O&R) 4/5: Furniture reveal in stores that currently carry furniture 4/15: The Street -Burnishing will be completed 4/24: Turn over of remaining home space for merchandising Note: Stores will have some areas turned over early so you won’t merchandise all of home between the dates of 4/24-5/3 5/3: All of Home reveals Phasing Planning the Phases The GC will have a “sit down meeting” with the Store Leader and cover the complete phasing plans for the store. The Store Leader will have an understanding of the sequence of the work and approximate timing. Timing adjustments may need to flexed based on labor, materials and conditions but the sequence would remain. Phase 1 – The Hard Shops and Furniture as well as the Street within this area. (refer to Phasing Plan Example on Pg 4
2 Home Department Phasing, Barricades and Panels Phase 2 – Balance of Home – NON ABATEMENT STORES Phase 2 sequencing The Street Construction will begin in this area and Street is worked out of phase with the rest of Home Street work utilizes the visqueen to be rolled up during the day and down at night. Refer to Type 1 Barricade. The intent is to complete the Street first Completion of the Street will allow the stores to merchandise in this space. (more info to come from the Execution team on the “how to”) Turn Over of Space The Contractor will begin to take the balance of Home on a “rolling take over” (Refer to Phasing Plan Example on Pg. 4) and could start other areas prior to completion of phase 1 in order to meet turn over dates. Example of “rolling take over” (Refer to Phasing Plan Example on Pg. 5) GC will take 5,000 square feet (number may vary) at a time. Area will be turned over to the GC, visqueen barrier installed (see Type 2 barricade in) GC will demo in the space and begin work. Once first area is demoed – the next area will be taken over and work started. Construction will continue to take Home space until they have the balance of home under construction Construction will not take more space than they can work in. Once space is taken by construction is not opened back to the public until it is 100% complete. (see section on Barricades)
3 Home Department Phasing, Barricades and Panels Barricades Who installs? Visqueen barriers are installed by the GC to screen work away from the customer. 4x8 Panels are installed outside of the visqueen by the store and are considered a visual element. When do they go up? When the store has cleared the space. When do they come down? When the area is 100% customer ready. All of the following conditions have been met. 1.Construction is complete 2.All Fixturing is in place 3.Merchandise has arrived and been placed in the place according to the Planner ABATEMENT STORES Dates - Abatement stores must meet all same dates as non abatement stores. Phasing Abatement is done in advance of the other work and will not coincide with phasing of other space. Phase 1 areas are abated first. The balance of the street is abated next The floor burnishing of the street will follow abatement work. Pads in the remainder of Home are then taken for abatement using the same type of “rolling takeover” process Once an area is under visqueen it is not open to the public until it is 100% complete. Barricades – Same processes apply. Abatement stores require an additional barrier.
6 Type 1 – Street Barricade To be used during street grinding, polishing, and floor demo during store closed hours During open store hours the poly is to be raised and clipped up Visqueen poly is to be a 4 mil clear plastic at minimum Stanchions are to be used to divert customer and store team traffic around work area as needed Once dusty work is completed poly is to be removed and remainder of construction will be behind stanchions 6
7 Type 1 Barricade (Working View) 1.Contractor to barricade the appropriate street areas as needed for dust protection 2.Stanchions to be placed around exterior perimeter 3.Plastic to be rolled up during store open hours with stanchions to remain in place 7
8 Type 1 Barricades (Store Operating Hours) 1.Poly to be raised and clipped to ceiling grid during store operating hours 2.Stanchions to be placed around work area during store operating hours 3.Stanchions to be used to create customer pathway 8
9 Type 1 Barricade (Store Operating Hours) 1.Poly to be raised and clipped during store operating hours 2.Rolled up neatly and secured to show minimum amount of plastic 9
10 Type 2 – Dust Barricade associated with Shops 1.Typical visqueen barricade shall be a single layer, a minimum of 6 mils, polar white, stretched taut as shown in photos, and free of wrinkles. 2.Visqueen shall be free of manufacturer’s marks or stamps (unless required by local jurisdiction for fire rating) 3.Corners shall be tight, aligned, and without gaps. 4.Protect flooring during barricade installation against scratches and damage. 5.Barricades are to remain in place until space is open to the public. 6.Barricades must be inspected daily. Repair or replace as required. 7.When provided, graphics will be hung from auto-poles provided by JCP as shown in photos. 10
11 Type 2 Barricade 1.Barricade is to be used during the construction and merchandising. 11
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