January 29, 2013
C.T. HSU + ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCES THAT CONSTRUCTION HAS BEGUN ON GOODWILL INDUSTRIES’ RETAIL STORE IN WATERFORD LAKES
ORLANDO, Fla. (January 29, 2013) – C.T. Hsu + Associates (CTH+A) announced today that construction has begun on the new 21,600 GSF Goodwill Industries Retail store in the Waterford Lakes area of Orlando, Florida. CTH+A provided planning and architectural design services for the project, based on a prototype design that CTH+A developed for Goodwill Industries of Central Florida in 2007. “Since the incorporation of the prototype design, Goodwill’s Winter Springs, Oviedo, and Merritt Island stores have consistently been among the company’s highest performing sales and donation centers – a prime example that a successful business can become even stronger through the application of good design.” according to Goodwill Industries.
Goodwill Industries of Central Florida has embraced the ‘Made in America’ effort to promote the purchase of American made products. In this spirit, C.T. Hsu + Associates, P.A. has proudly partnered with the project’s Contractor, Williams Company, to facilitate the use of all American made products in the construction of the new store. Construction is scheduled for completion in June 2013.
Since 1959, Goodwill Industries of Central Florida (www.goodwillcfl.org) has been providing vocational and job placement services to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment so that they may gain long-term employment, improve their lives, and become full participating members of our community.
C.T. Hsu + Associates (www.cthsu.com) is an award-winning architectural planning and design firm recognized as a past “Firm of the Year” winner by the American Institute of Architects - Florida Association. The Orlando, FL-based firm focuses on a mix of projects in the education, government, transportation and mixed-use development sectors. Its multidisciplinary approach ranges from urban planning and design to architecture and interiors.
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