Envirotech has ambitious plans in store as latest project is completed

Envirotech has successfully completed a project to deliver the latest physical store as a successful US clothing chain continues its expansion into the UK.

The 13-week programme to redevelop the new Reformation premises in Shoreditch, London saw the Envirotech team take an existing retail unit and strip it back to the base core. The UK design, build and maintenance services group then built new partitions to separate the back of house to sales area and create eight new changing rooms.

In addition, concrete polished flooring was installed to match the retained floor in the sales area and a new ducted air-conditioning system was implemented, along with energy efficient track lighting throughout the front of shop and back of house LED strip lights. To finish, the store frontage and internal walls were painted and new signs installed.

Reformation began by selling vintage clothing out of a small Los Angeles storefront in 2009 before expanding to produce their own sustainably focussed creations, with more than 30 stores now located across the US, Canada and UK. 

Luke Wilmett, Envirotech, Project Manager, said: “We are proud to have completed the project to deliver Reformation’s latest UK store on time and on budget, after winning the tender based on the quality of our submission and the experience that our team has previously demonstrated in high-profile retail environments.

“As with any contemporary and competitive high-street retail outfit, it is important to faithfully interpret and deliver the brand. The end result looks fantastic and our efforts were most definitely on point, while the launch of this store has been hugely successful and is already one of the leading sales outlets within Reformation’s international business.”