GraceLyn Group Office Remodeling Project

The team at Titus Contracting is excited to work on a project for one of their favorite local non-profit organizations, the GraceLyn Group. The project focuses on converting a two-car garage into two new offices and a day room. This office remodeling project is taking place in Apple Valley, Minnesota. We’re excited to share a few of the details with you!

GraceLyn Group

The GraceLyn Group provides a variety of services for those who have disabilities in creating healthy, safe and fulfilled lives. Some of these services include supportive living, in-home family support, behavioral strategy assistance and supportive employment services.

GraceLyn Group has a residential living home called the Koinonia House. The group home is for teens and young adults with a variety of disabilities. The home provides a supportive environment and staff-administered needed care.

For more information about the GraceLyn Group, please click here. If you would like to make a donation to the GraceLyn Group, you can contact them by email at info@gracelyngroup.org.

Remodeling the GraceLyn Home.GraceLyn Remodeling Project

The Project

As we stated above, we’re turning a two-car garage into two offices and a day room. We’re adding new windows, doors, carpeting and laminate flooring. To complete the project, we had to install a block where the old garage door was located and frame in the opening, and then frame all the walls for the offices and day room as well as frame a floor to create a warmer space. We’re wiring the space and adding a new furnace and air conditioning systems. The floor and ceilings will be insulated and all inspections completed. Then we sheet-rock the walls and ceiling. At the end of the day, we’ll add some paint and trim to the walls for a clean and polished look. We’re excited about the progress of this project.

Do you need a commercial remodeling project completed? Give us a call at 952-746-7817 or request a free estimate online.

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