LK Architecture and JCPenney have had a long term relationship. Our relationship goes back for over 40 years. JCPenney has called upon LK Architecture to prepare construction documents for new stores, remodel existing stores, expanding existing stores, and converting “dark shells” into new stores (take-over projects). LK Architecture has designed more than 85 JCPenney stores and subsequently designed numerous remodel and renovation projects at each store in 30 states (AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MS, MO, NE, NM, NY, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WY) and one in Mexico.
LK Architecture has set the bar high in its service to JCPenney. When JCPenney began an aggressive expansion of new stores several years ago, it was LK’s superior level of A/E service and responsiveness that JCPenney looked to meet the challenges of their tight schedules while following the standard criteria that they had set to enhance their brand.
Because of our strong relationship, JCPenney has also called on LK Architecture to provide additional services in an on-call basis. Along with JCPenney Construction Services staff, we have performed services such as review of electrical service and distribution, emergency lighting studies, mechanical systems, energy consumption studies, roof assessments, assisted in determining causes in water in ltration and ADA compliance, and advisement in the development of facility design criteria to name a few.
1970 – Present
JCPenney Company, Inc.