Photo by Cincinnati Commercial Contracting.
The Larson Group Peterbilt (TLG), a Peterbilt dealership company with 22 locations in eight states, has completed its final construction phase for updates and additions to TLG Peterbilt — Cincinnati, located in Sharonville, Oh. Following a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony last September and initial upgrades in January, the facility’s extensive improvements were finished several months ahead of the original estimated goal date of fall 2020.
Led by Cincinnati Commercial Contracting, the second and final phase of construction at the TLG Peterbilt of Cincinnati dealership focused primarily on service bay improvements and additions. The facility’s existing service bays were expanded and remodeled and 13 new truck service bays were added, plus a wash bay and two compressed natural gas (CNG) bays. In addition, the facility now has an overhead 5-ton crane for engine work and major repairs.
An Efficient Follow-up to Phase One
The second phase of updates to the Sharonville dealership location came on the heels of the first phase, which included a 28,000 square foot expansion of modern office spaces, a parts showroom and warehouse. The first phase of updates was completed in January, well ahead of schedule.
"We wanted to make it feel like it was different, not just the old dealership,” said Brad McDonald, the general manager of TLG Peterbilt — Cincinnati. “That's why we have incredible new spaces, like an open, bright lobby, bigger and better service bays, and a driver's lounge that makes you feel at home.”
Continued McDonald, “This is what our customers and employees deserve."
Mike Thurston, regional vice president of TLG, agreed. “Following the completion of phase two, we are very much looking forward to our continued involvement in customer experience and successes with this exciting state-of-the-art dealership, ensuring our customers truly enjoy their visit with us."
"It's nice to be in a spot where we all feel confident to go above and beyond the level of service we offer,” said Thurston.