Galyan’s Trading Company is a unique and rapidly growing, active lifestyle retailer rich in history, tradition and culture. In 1946 Albert and Naomi Galyan opened the first Galyan’s store in Indianapolis, Indiana. What started as a grocery store with only a few hardware and sports related products soon evolved into a complete sporting goods store. Galyan’s has now opened a store at the Legacy Village Lifestyle Complex in Lyndhurst, Ohio. Marous Brothers Construction served as Carpenter Contractor for this 80,000 sq. ft. new building, installing all owner-furnished wood timber structures, glue-lam beams and other miscellaneous millwork. The Carpentry Group of Marous Brothers Construction installed over 25,000 linear foot of wood base and 8,900 sq. ft. of slate grid and acrylic panels. Solid surface counter tops, hollow metal frames, hollow metal doors, custom wood doors and hardware along with other miscellaneous athletic equipment such as the state’s tallest rock climbing wall, basketball hoops, golf nets and bike racks were also installed to complete this colorful sporting retail store that opened in October of 2003.
PROJECT PARAMETERS: • 80,000 sq. ft. new construction
• 25,000 linear ft. of wood base
• 8,900 sq. ft. of slate grid panels
• Mixed-Use Residential/Retail
• Legacy Village Shopping Complex
• 7 month project duration
We started to work together when Chip and Scott were out in the field hanging doors. They’ve come a long way, because they’ve done the work themselves. They’re hands-on people, giving them the control that makes them good at what they do. If you need a builder to rely on, they’re the one.
Tony RanalloIndustry consultant, and first commercial client.
The great thing about working with Marous is how professionally and how well they address problems. Always with our best interests at heart…
Marous Brothers Construction understands the importance of seeking cooperation between the city, the community, and themselves so that everyone associated with a project can benefit. They have consistently demonstrated an eagerness to comply with minority employment requirements, even though it may not have always been easy.