Renier Construction Featured in National Trade for Going Above and Beyond during Rebuild
In the recent issue of Automotive News, Renier Construction and their architect were recognized for providing unique solutions to meet their client’s goal of maintaining daily operations during a massive rebuild.
Germain Ford wanted to replace their 55,000 sq. ft. building with a new state-of-the-art 75,000 sq. ft. facility. However, they also wanted to remain in their facility during the construction process and asked that there be as little disruption to customers as possible. Renier understood the importance of this and worked tirelessly with their architect and the dealership to find an innovative solution.
After working on a plan for six months, Renier, their architect and the dealership agreed to complete the project in phases. By completing the project during an extended period of time Renier had the freedom to move forward with their work and the dealership had the flexibility to stay in their facility, while limiting customer disruptions.
In the end, instead of using trailers and tents to continue operations, Renier and their architect were able to utilize other tactics to meet their client’s goals. This project was a first of its kind and has now set a precedent that other dealerships can follow as they undergo major renovations and rebuilds. To read the full story about this innovative undertaking, visit Automotive News.