ATLANTA, GA, August 05, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- It may come as no surprise that a company specializing in large-scale retail remodels and retail rollouts would "go big" on their own headquarter space. Nevertheless, Sky Retail's new Atlanta headquarters seems to be the first of its kind in the industry, bringing the work/play model embraced by the tech industry into the equally fast-paced and meticulous world of retail rollouts.
The new space includes a state-of-the-art 6,000 square-foot training facility with client-donated fixtures, signage and decor for trainees to practice quickly assembling and dismantling. For breaks from the hard work, there's a game room with ping pong, pool tables, and video games so coworkers can socialize and unwind. And when training isn't enough of a work out, employees can head to the gym on grounds, complete with shower rooms to stay fresh.
"I am very excited about our new facility," says founder Steven Worsham. "We try to stay away from the 'corporate America' atmosphere--we want our employees actually look forward to coming to work. So far it's working, and our numbers are the proof. Everyone stays motivated and laughs throughout the day. It really is the best place to work."
Along with opening the new headquarters space, Sky Retail has increased its hiring. A few of the most recent hires and promotions include Senior Estimator Carl Cercenka, New Recruiter and Field QC Matthew Pawlik, Project Manager Ben Myers, Senior Project Manager Trey Paul, and Alex Munn for National Sales.
For ongoing recruiting, Sky Retail seeks skilled leader, project managers and supervisors. Qualified applicants should call 770-406-8175.
Sky Retail performs new store openings and remodels, including installation of fixtures, signage, cabling, and vinyl and commercial wallpaper graphics, as well as site surveys prior to launch. Whether for a single location or 2,000, Sky Retail's team is capable of handling retail rollouts and remodels of any scale.
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