Paris Grocery (launching as George’s Fresh Market) is more than just a supermarket. Our involvement in the design and construction of this 23,000 square-foot grocery and restaurant was a feat of engineering. The building’s original intent was to be a mixed-use facility. With some enhancements, Mintropy’s engineers were able to include the grocery/restaurant within the structure. Our contribution to this construction project occurred in several different departments. Our staff was vital in providing mechanical/HVAC support during construction by designing the HVAC system. This process included monitoring of airflow throughout the building and the selection and installation of filters to ensure that the interior remained well-ventilated.
Mintropy’s electrical engineers also played a significant part in the placement and installation of wiring and lighting. Our staff dealt with the verification of wiring, the conduit and outlet location, and the placement of the transformer room. Plumbing, including inlet flow and wastewater disposal, formed part of our contribution to this project. This element of service also tied into the installation of specialty kitchen equipment within the location’s unique restaurant. The construction and engineering services required by such a large-scale project are impressive. Mintropy was excited to add to the construction of a facility combining both shopping and entertainment in a one-of-a-kind way.
You can read more about this project, and its importance to the local community, in this Chicago Tribune article.