Florida Mall Renovations

The Florida Mall needed shell-and-core modifications, as well as multiple tenant improvements, for the redevelopment and adaptive reuse of the existing mall anchor building. The building was originally designed for Nordstrom in 2002. The project required significant structural improvements to the existing building to allow for adaptive reuse.

The 167,000 sf, two-story structure included new retailers (Dick’s Sporting Goods and Crayola Experience) on the first and second floors, respectively. The structural modifications included extensive retrofit work to accommodate assembly loading on the second floor, support for large exterior signage, new egress stairways to accommodate increased occupancy, and traditional tenant improvement scope elements. Coffman provided structural engineering on six projects for the retail center and performed early feasibility studies and concept designs to inform cost estimates during lease negotiations.


  • Commercial & Retail


  • Structural Engineering