The construction of Palm Toyota dealership was a complex undertaking, requiring careful planning and coordination to ensure that the dealership remained operational throughout the process. The project was completed in a total of six phases, the first three of which focused on site work. In the fourth phase, the existing Mazda/Hyundai and Chrysler dealerships were demolished to make way for the new facility. The fifth phase saw the construction of a 22,000 sq. ft. service center, parts area, and express oil change area, while the final phase involved the construction of a stunning 23,000 sq.ft., two-story showroom and administrative building. This impressive structure was made of concrete masonry unit (CMU) walls, structural steel bar joists, and a modified roof, and featured ACM panels with “high-end” finishes. It’s no surprise that this project was awarded the title of Best Commercial Contractors Project.