The disruption to shoppers and employees due to the renovations of a big box store can be significant. During the renovation process, customers may experience limited or no access to certain parts of the store, noise from construction activities, dust and debris, and parking limitations. Employees may also be affected by reduced staffing levels if they are reassigned while their usual working area is being renovated. In addition, there could be disruption to the store’s customer service and merchandise delivery systems as these processes are temporarily adjusted to accommodate construction activities. Finally, customers may face an increased risk of personal injury due to the presence of construction materials and equipment in the store’s common areas. Overall, it is important that renovation projects are managed properly to minimize the potential effects on store operations and customer safety. All stakeholders should be aware of the risks associated with renovation projects in order to ensure a successful outcome.