Renovations & Build Outs

Whether you are looking to build out or renovate an office space, build a new store, or build a new commercial building, Kridge Construction, a Southern New Jersey Contractor, can help you with all of your construction needs. With an extensive background in commercial construction and renovations, Kridge Construction can help turn your dream business into reality.


We’ve been helping businesses create the ideal commercial space for our clients. Our services include:

  • Office renovation
  • Tenant fit-out
  • Retails stores
  • Restaurant Remodeling
  • Shopping center remodeling

For Commercial Renovations and Build Outs

  1. Zoning
    Before beginning construction you need to ensure that your renovation or build out complies with the local zoning ordinances. IF not, and your construction is not in compliance, you will be forced to seek a variance from the zoning board. Get turned down on your variance request and you’ve wasted time and money.
  2. Codes
    You need to ensure that your build out renovation conforms to local code as well, including mechanical, plumbing, electric, fire, safety and more. Meeting specified codes requires planning before the actual work begins.
  3. Property Size
    Does your property have enough space to accommodate your plans and your ideas?  Keep in mind that setbacks and area requirements must meet code and zoning laws. Make a mistake and you may find that you have to tear down construction work to be in compliance.
  4. The Neighborhood
    It is important to have a good understanding of the neighborhood. Are your future neighbors open to having a business like yours in their community? Does your design plans integrate into the existing architecture and style of the neighborhood? Even if legally you are fine, any negativity or pushback from the community could cause problems for your business down the road.
  5. Timing
    When do you need your construction work to be completed! Its important that your contractor understand the timeframes and business reasons for setting them. Be sure to be in constant communication with your contractor in regards to changes in the construction timeline. Also understand that if you make changes to your design or plans this could push back the delivery date.

Commercial Renovation & Build-Outs