This project relocated an existing dealership to two new-construction, free-standing buildings with more than 32,000 square feet of space. At just over 2,000 square feet, the smaller structure houses the Cadillac showroom and a minimal back-of-house area with two restrooms. The larger building contains the General Motors showroom and the service and parts departments.
The design team worked with the auto manufacturers’ standard design system to create the new structures. Working back and forth with the client to implement these standards correctly was one hallmark of the project. Another was finding creative ways to meet the client’s needs while still adhering to pre-defined design specifications.
This design-build project was completed in partnership with Robinson Construction and led by C2K's Tony Brizendine while at WPH Architecture. It was completed in 2008.