Initially slated to be completed in the fall of 2020, the dealership location has already been expanded by several thousand square feet of office space and customer-facing offerings (Photo/Cincinnati Commercial Contracting).
The Larson Group Peterbilt (TLG), a Peterbilt dealership company with 21 facilities from the Kansas-Missouri border to the Atlantic Ocean, has completed its first and largest construction phase for extensive updates and additions at its Cincinnati, Oh. location. The expansion began with a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony last September.
Led by Cincinnati Commercial Contracting, the first phase of construction has expanded the TLG Peterbilt – Cincinnati dealership location by 28,000 square feet. The new square footage contains modern office spaces and a parts showroom and warehouse.
“TLG is very excited to deliver this new state-of-the-art facility to not only our customers but also to our dedicated team members,” said Brad McDonald, general manager. “Phase I has already given this dealership more opportunities, so all of us are thrilled to see what the second phase will bring.”
The second phase, initially slated to be completed in the fall of 2020, is now expected to be completed in April.
Phase Two to Wrap in the Spring
The second phase of construction, which is primarily dedicated to additional service bays, is already underway. TLG has begun demoing existing office space to make room for a 20,000 square foot building that will add new service bays.
“Even under construction, this dealership already looks cutting-edge. This is what a Peterbilt dealership is supposed to look and feel like. The transformation so far has been remarkable,” said Mike Thurston, regional vice president.
Moving into a Best-in-Class Service Building
Technicians and management staff will have access to an all-new tool and parts warehouse, which will ensure the resources drivers need to get back on the road are always just a few steps away. Customers will have access to a newly expanded service section that includes a top-notch driver break room and lounge.
“A new building marks the success of TLG. It’s going to be a nice visual marker and a reminder of how far we’ve come as a dealer network,” said Thurston.