“I would like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the leadership and management your company has provided while assisting our staff in delivering our new store and remodel program. Your professional skills and teamwork have once again positioned your company as a top tier provider of architectural services for Albertsons’ Intermountain Region. While we have worked together for over twenty years I see this year (2009) as being one of the key indicators of why you have been so successful. With the rapidly changing standards and criteria within our company you have proven the ability to adapt and flourish. The six projects we completed together last year represent nearly 20% of the entire Intermountain West program and each project was handled with great care and professionalism. Your spirit of teamwork and cooperation enables a productive relationship which consistently results not only in successful jobs but also creates an enjoyable work environment for all to succeed. I look forward to an opportunity for us to work together again.”
David M. Briggs, Director - Store Development, Albertsons Inc.
Columbia Village Marketplace, Boise, Idaho
Petersen • Staggs Architects LLP worked closely with Albertsons Inc. and Columbia Village Development to design and construct a shopping center to help promote business within the newly developed Columbia Village residential area just east of downtown Boise, Idaho. The Columbia Village shopping center was originally designed by Petersen • Staggs Architects LLP to have two major tenants flanked by several smaller retail stores and be built in several phases. During the first phase of development, Petersen • Staggs Architects LLP developed construction drawings which included a 55,068 sq. ft. Albertsons store flanked by 4,500 sq. ft. of retail space on the left and 7,500 sq. ft. of retail on the right. In 1998, Petersen • Staggs Architects LLP added an Albertsons ‘A’ Express fuel center, convenience store/car wash to the site. In 2007, Petersen • Staggs Architects LLP were then again asked to develop construction drawings for an additional 11,300 sq. ft. retail store and tie the building into the existing shopping center.