Callahan & Freeman’s solution for a new automotive service building provides 52 service bays to facilitate the adjacent dealership we previously renovated and expanded. The front portion of the structure contains lobby and retail parts for customers, while blending in employee lockers and parts storage behind. Surface parking that was removed for this new building has been relocated on the roof, accessed by an exterior concrete ramp.
Callahan & Freeman’s proposed dealership places a two-story Chevrolet and Cadillac showroom on one side with a 51 service bay shop located on the other end. A service drive /service writers component located in the center ties the two functions together. The approximately 24 acre site stair steps down and terminates in a detention pond with a rock, water feature. Precast concrete panels and aluminum composite material panels create the exterior skin of the 75,232 SF building.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for an automobile dealership places a staggered showroom and sales area towards the front of the building with retail sales and customer waiting inhabiting the core of the facility. A service drive pod orbits off to one side which upon exit, leads to the drive thru service bay portion at the rear of the building. The precast concrete and ACM panel building had a 5,000 SF service bay/parts storage addition completed in 2020.
Callahan & Freeman’s expansion and renovation for an automobile dealership complex consists of a 16 acre site with two original sales buildings combined into one facility. The new facility is 49,660 SF in size and consists of aluminum composite material panels cladding a Chrysler-Dodge-Ram-Fiat portion connected to a Jeep portion, which incorporates the new Hometown contemporary branding. A five bay, glazed door service drive serves as the connector.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an automotive collision center places four detail booths, three paint booths and thirty six service stalls inside of the service area located at the rear of the 64,498 SF facility. Office functions and the lobby are placed at the front of the building which is accessed by a large covered drive. Painted precast concrete and aluminum composite material panels clad the exterior of the linear building.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution to an automobile dealership campus encompasses renovations and additions to the main showroom building, a new 7,082 SF detail building, and a new 3,342 SF pre-owned building, situated on a 10 acre site. The one-story showroom receives a complete interior remodel combined with a new floor plan layout. The addition increases the showroom, sales office area and shipping/receiving areas. Exterior materials utilized include stucco, glazed curtain wall, metal panels and aluminum composite material panels.
Callahan & Freeman’s new automobile dealership encompasses the main dealership, detail building, and a pre-owned building, situated on a 19 acre site. The ACM panel and double volume glazed curtain wall showroom is the prominent portion of the main dealership, signified by the Chevrolet entry element. The perpendicular two bay service drive tucks in just behind the showroom, with the 30 service bays terminating the linear building. The dealer manager, accounting and records storage occur on the second floor of the 57,508 S.F. structure.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for an automobile dealership complex consists of a 30 acre site with multiple buildings. One of these structures, a 23,676 SF showroom and service facility, incorporates the Hummer brand image curved metal roof wrapping a curtain wall with the legendary Hummer “H”. Glazed sectional doors lead into the service reception area. The eight bay service area and parts storage component is accessed from within the service reception.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an automobile dealership on a 3.75 acre lot includes a single building with integrated service reception and service bays. A vehicle lift in the corner of the showroom accentuates a sales floor that receives plenty of natural light yet also provides shade on the front porch with a deep vehicle display canopy. A combination of concrete, metal panels and curtain wall clad the 18,215 SF building’s exterior.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a 6.8 acre automobile dealership provides a separate new car building, preowned facility, and service facility. The two story new car structure contains a large curtain wall assembly at the brand image Chrysler arch entry. The second floor contains meeting spaces, offices, and the general manager’s suite which is open to the sales floor below.
Callahan & Freeman’s image update project for an existing 59,783 SF automobile dealership consists of a new aluminum composite panel façade and Chevrolet/GMC entry elements placed at the showroom entries. This dual branded facility received an interior remodel and all finishes were updated to meet current branding requirements while remaining open for business during all construction activities.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for a preowned automobile dealership provides two distinct showrooms, hinging around a stone planter. The six bay service area is accessed from the exterior of the 11,584 SF facility. A combination of materials including rough cedar, concrete, stone and metal roofing provides the rugged/country image the Owner desired for this rural dealership.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for an automobile dealership consists of a 10 acre site containing a main dealership building, a bedliner building, a car wash facility and a make ready building. A large front porch provides shade for the sales floor while allowing natural light into the interior vehicle display areas. The 22 service bays and service drive are placed efficiently on the site providing concise vehicle circulation. Concrete and aluminum composite material panels clad the exterior for this 39,855 SF building.
Callahan & Freeman’s image update project for an existing 38,812 SF automobile dealership consists of a new aluminum composite panel clad linear wall placed in front of the showroom. This facility received an interior remodel and all finishes were updated to meet current branding requirements while remaining open for business during all construction activities.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an automobile dealership consists of a 17 acre site containing a main dealership building, a preowned building, and a future Make-ready building. The tall curtain wall of the sales floor in the main 42,540 SF building brings natural light into the vehicle display areas. Accounting and business development functions on the second floor overlook the sales floor below. The exterior design incorporates the Chrysler “image” look with the overall building taking advantage of the natural site attributes.
Callahan & Freeman’s solution for an automobile preowned building consists of a 2,082 SF concrete and aluminum composite panel clad structure. The preowned offices share the same exterior materials as the adjacent main dealership building on the same 17 acre site. The efficiency of the small structure is highlighted by the multiple sales offices which orbit off of a central corridor, defined by partial height glass partitions.
Callahan & Freeman’s design for an automobile dealership consists of a 20 acre site containing a main dealership building, a preowned building, a carwash facility, and a bed liner facility. The sales floor of the main 65,000 SF building is separated by the sales manager quadrant to establish identities for the two separate brands. Double volume curtain wall brings natural light into the vehicle display areas. Accounting and conference functions on the second floor overlook the sales floor below.