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August 13, 2013
Kraus-Anderson completes interior remodel of Cabela’s 175,000-square-foot Wheeling, W.Va. store
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (August 2013) –Kraus-Anderson Construction Company (KA), one of the Midwest’s oldest and largest commercial general contractors and construction managers, has completed a 175,000-square-foot interior remodel of Cabela’s Wheeling, W.Va. store, which opened in August 2004.
Construction took place outside of hours of business to allow the store to stay open and operational each day. New floor-to-ceiling finishes include carpet, ceramic tile, paint and wood refinishing, along with lighting, electrical, mechanical and telecommunications upgrades. New taxidermy, fixtures, shelving and department signs were also added, giving the store fresh and rejuvenated appeal.
Kraus-Anderson recently completed construction on a Cabela’s store in Green Bay, Wis. near Lambeau Field; and is currently building a store in Woodbury, Minn. (scheduled to open in the fall of 2014); and a Cabela’s Outpost store in Waco, Texas (scheduled to open this fall).
Cabela’s Incorporated, headquartered in Sidney, Neb., is a leading specialty retailer, and the world’s largest direct marketer, of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise. Since the Company’s founding in 1961, Cabela’s has grown to become one of the most well-known outdoor recreation brands in the world, and has long been recognized as the World’s Foremost Outfitter®.
Established in 1897, Kraus-Anderson® Construction Company (www.www.krausanderson.com) is one of the nation’s premier commercial general contractors and construction managers. The company has been ranked consistently among the top Green Contractors in the U.S. by Engineering News Record and has been leading the charge in sustainable design and construction for the last 20 years. Kraus-Anderson, an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. and has regional offices in Madison, Wis., Minot, N.D., and Duluth, Bemidji and Rochester Minn.