Larson Design Group’s project team joined the excitement this past December at the grand opening of grocery store Lidl in Bergenfield, NJ. A project over a year in the making, it marked the first completed store of several projects that LDG is supporting for Lidl including the Lansdale, PA store, which celebrated its grand opening on January 29th. LDG provided Architectural Design and Engineering service for these projects.
“We are proud to partner with Lidl in their tremendous U.S. growth,” said Architectural Designer Ryan Gledhill. “At LDG, we’re passionate about service excellence in every step of the project from conceptual design to the grand opening. It’s great to have the opportunity to celebrate a completed project with our clients.”
According to Lidl’s website, their stores intentionally have the same intuitive layout to make it easier for customers to navigate. This strategy requires a retail design partner that can be innovative and flexible through both retrofit and ground-up, new-build projects. LDG has assembled a dedicated, client-specific A&E team to best serve Lidl in this fast-paced market sector. The team applies new, cutting-edge approaches and focuses on continuous improvement to serve as a trusted advisor.
Despite the chilly December morning, hundreds of customers lined up to experience the new Bergenfield store – some there as early as 3 a.m. In addition to Lidl’s President/CEO and U.S. Chairman, local band members, a DJ, and even Santa Claus were present for the grand opening. The planned festivities for the Lansdale opening included gift cards for the first 100 customers and samples of products throughout the opening weekend. Lansdale is the seventh Pennsylvania location for the European chain that is “revolutionizing grocery shopping.” To learn more, visit www.lidl.com.
Founded in 1986, Larson Design Group is an award-winning national architecture, engineering, and planning firm with 11 offices in four states and a vision to elevate client relationships, enrich the careers and lives of its employee-owners, and enhance the communities in which it operates. For more information, visit www.larsondesigngroup.com.