SALEM, Mass. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Upland Architects, Inc. announced today that the company was presented the Best Mid-Budget Remodel Award by Convenience Store News for their design of the Tedeschi Food Shop located on Loring Street in Salem, MA. This is the seventh location designed by Upland Architects, Inc. and the 190th location opened by Tedeschi Food Shops (www.TedeschiFoodShops.com).
Tedeschi Food Shops was one of fourteen retailers in the United States and Canada to be recognized for excellent design and innovative use of space while improving the overall look and feel of the existing store.
Gary Sadler, Principal Architect of Upland Architects said, “Projects like this are always successful because of the team approach. Working closely with the Tedeschi construction group and the building owner during the process was critical is balancing the interests of all parties. Our firm is appreciative of the award’s recognition and we look forward to working with Tedeschi on future projects.”
Upland recently completed other designs for Tedeschi’s in Dracut, MA and Everett, MA. They are currently working on three additional remodel locations in Leominster, MA.
About Upland Architects, Inc.:
Upland Architects, Inc. (www.UplandArchitects.com) is an architectural firm located in Norton, MA with a focused expertise in retail and commercial design. Their mission is to develop trustworthy relationships with their clients while producing quality designs quickly and efficiently. They service retailers nationally and retain architectural licenses in most North/Mid Atlantic states. Clients include Tedeschi Food Shops, 7-Eleven, Bertucci’s, Papa Gino’s and Extreme Pita.
About Tedeschi Foodshops:
Tedeschi Food Shops (www.TedeschiFoodShops.com) is a three-generation retail food enterprise that began back in 1923 when Angelo Tedeschi owned and operated a store in Rockland, Massachusetts out of the basement of the family home on Belmont Street. Today Tedeschi Food Shops operates their convenience stores throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire.