Loveland West Renovation - Recycling Since 1955

Posted by Ashley Vander Meeden, Contributor | 09.30.2020

JAX is proud to reduce our environmental impact by recycling and reusing as many materials as possible during both our day to day business, as well as in the opening of new store locations. Our newest location in Loveland, located in the former Kmart building has a wide range of materials that were reused to transform the space.


“Our company has been recycling and reusing since 1955, and we’re proud to continue that here,” JAX president, Jim Quinlan said when discussing the new location.



Items used in the Loveland West location:

• Ice cream coffee shop front bar, antique wall cabinets, pot rack, bistro patio sets: Market Restaurant 37 years in Larimer Square

• Mahogany windows and booths in ice cream & coffee shop: Palm Restaurant downtown Denver

• 1890’s back bar: Old Chicago Restaurant Boulder

• Espresso machine came from a coffee shop that opened in Breckenridge in early 2020 and closed within 60 days




• Chairs in footwear, checkout counters, mannequins, clothes racks, display tables, pack forest trees, mirrors: Nordstroms

• The white fixtures labeled JAX were originally manufactured for Joule, a clothing company based in England, but never delivered. They were manufactured in Longmont and saved from salvage.




• Rolling gondolas in camping: Sears southwest plaza

• Popcorn machine, some wall shelving, stockroom shelving, audio speakers, cart corrals: Kmart Building

• Wooden gondolas at checkouts: JCPenney

• Antique showcases at hat bar: Hibbard & Co. department store Colorado Springs



• Lozier gondola shelving, pallet racking, electric carts: Office Depot Littleton and Aurora

• Front drink coolers: Winter Park convenience store



• Coffee bar drink coolers: Evergreen, CO

• Train layout and showcases in toy department: Hobby Town



• Bike rack: CSU Surplus Property

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