JCS Construction Group gives new use to golf carts at Greenwich Avenue

August 15, 2013 - Connecticut

New ground-up development located at the bottom of Greenwich Avenue - Greenwich, CT

Golf cart used to avoid parking issues

JCS Construction Group, Inc., a general contractor firm working on the new ground-up development located at the bottom of Greenwich Ave., (previously Thataway Café) is giving a new use to golf carts.
With parking already an issue in Greenwich, Justin Shaw owner of JCS devised a plan to help make it easy for patrons to shop, dine and get closer to the avenue, so local businesses would not be affected by construction.
"We have been involved in several of the construction projects on Greenwich Avenue and we know how difficult parking can be," said Justin Shaw, founder and CEO of JCS Construction Group, Inc.
"It takes a big picture approach. With over 5-6 different subcontractors on the job site every day and with this heat, I am now having all site workers park in municipal lot's located around Greenwich Ave. Workers are shuttled with a golf cart and brought to and from the job site. At JCS Construction Group, Inc. our number one priority is practicing social responsibility, health, safety, renewable, energy-saving methods, by focusing on sustainable and safe building and construction practices."
Their goal is to create systems to eliminate conflicts, increase consistency and improve communication - all of which lead to better performance, building structures and the quality of the project.
Construction was started in August of 2012 and tenants will start to move in November. The current project has a signed lease from a major restaurant tenant. The restaurant will occupy the first floor opening this fall. The second floor will comprise of 4,000 s/f of retail and the third floor will be two luxury residential apartments with dedicated roof top decks with water views.


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