IMPACT Strategies Begins Renovations for Proper Cannabis - Bridgeton

August 22, 2022 in Press Releases, Company News, Project News - Retail, Project Announcements

Former Bank of America building in Bridgeton to become new dispensary location.

IMPACT Strategies will begin work as Construction Manager this month on renovations to create a new medical marijuana dispensary for Proper Cannabis. The project will convert a former Bank of America building in Bridgeton, MO to a new, 2,500 square foot retail location.

The project features design details in a modern apothecary feel, with high end millwork finishes, a crisp black and white design with light wood accents, botanicals, geom

etric fixtures, and midcentury modern furniture. Specialized security measures were taken with the installation of ballistics glass and drywall and specialty vault. In addition to an interior retrofit, the project includes renovating the building’s exterior. The updated building façade will feature a warm white painted brick and slat privacy screen siding.

The project is the firm’s third for Proper Brands. In 2020, IMPACT renovated two locations for medical marijuana dispensaries in South County and Warrenton, Missouri.

IMPACT Strategies’ VP, Project Development & Strategy, Nicholas Walker said, “We’re thrilled to begin the transformation of this building as our third project for Proper Brands. We’re grateful for our repeat clients who look to us to be their Trusted Advisor throughout the construction process.”

The project, valued at over $1.0 Million, is expected to be completed in November. The new Bridgeton location will be the fourth area dispensary for Proper Cannabis, which currently operates locations in Crestwood, Warrenton, and South County, MO.

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