Konstantin Nifakos re-joined EVOQ in 2013, having previously worked seven years with the firm at the beginning of his career. He is back as an associate, bringing in experience in retail design. Graduated in engineering and architecture, Konstantin has gained a wide experience in the design of store and merchandise fixturing, the production of concept and technical drawings, and the supervision of retail construction. He has also developed relationships with a vast network of consultants, manufacturers, suppliers and contractors across Canada and the US.
Konstantin spent 15 years with LeChâteau, where he instigated the department of Store Design and Construction and implemented concept-specific Standards procedures. He designed the Eaton Centre and Silver Mat concepts, as well as the 2012 upscale new concept prototyped in St-Bruno. He has also been mandated by Groupe Aldo to develop a new accessory store concept and to refine and adapt the 2013 Call it Spring concept.