TLG Peterbilt Breaks Ground on Indiana Facility Expansion to Meet Growing Demand

The Larson Group (TLG) Peterbilt recently broke ground on extensive updates and additions to its TLG Peterbilt - Evansville facility. Construction is slated to be completed in Fall 2023 and will include adding 23,400 square feet of office, warehouse and service building space to the existing building. Upon completion, the enhanced dealership will be more than 35,000 square feet, giving employees and customers a spacious and modern first-class dealership. 

The Evansville, Indiana-based Peterbilt dealership opened in 2010. 

Interior enhancements with the expansion include a combination of office spaces, parts warehousing, sales, service and customer amenities. Led by Cincinnati Commercial Contracting, customers will recognize the modern design finishes that can be seen in both of TLG’s Ohio dealerships. 

“It’s incredible to be a part of another project for The Larson Group in the year 2023. CCC stands fully dedicated to bringing The Larson Group’s vision of first-class dealerships and facilities to a reality,” said Justin Platt, VP/Principal of CCC. “We are truly grateful for the relationship with such a first-class organization.” 

More Space and Upgraded Service Amenities 

The service department expansion includes seven new service bays for a total of 15 bays, including a wash bay and a machine shop for commercial truck repair. TLG’s service technicians will be able to minimize down time for even more customers with the support of the 13,000 square foot parts warehouse, for more parts availability, in addition to the increased service capacity and offerings that will be available upon completion. 

“This investment represents our ongoing commitment to providing a state-of-the-art dealership and the best TLG Peterbilt experience,” said Regional Vice President Brian Farmer. “This expansion will allow our team to improve efficiency, service more equipment and maximize uptime for our customers.” 

The dealership will remain open during construction.

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