Auburn, MA Integrated Builders has finished the structural steel component on the 40,000 s/f Prime Ford at 774-780 Washington St. The construction is on behalf of Prime Motor Group owner and CEO David Rosenberg who owns several dealerships in the region. Integrated Builders’ team includes project manager Brian Kidder, project superintendent Michael Croteau, and assistant project manager Barbara Frazier who are in collaboration with Prime’s director of facilities Joe Rose to ensure success. The Curtis Architectural Group is responsible for the design as well as civil engineers Kelly Engineering Group, Inc., structural engineers Flood Consulting, and MEP/FP engineers CBC Engineering.
The new Prime Ford is constructed with a structural steel frame. The construction team has started to install silver composite on the exterior, and an attractive arched entrance based on the brand’s Design Intent Directive. The façade has a 25 foot curtain wall at the showroom, while the inside will feature reception, showcase area for vehicles, and offices for sales and administrative staff. In addition, the construction team will install a training room and small area for retail sales as well as a customer lounge with a café. There is a service center located in the rear of the building that includes six wide drives with rolling overhead doors. There are 20 service bays that will feature lifts and a full car wash area. In addition, there are restrooms with lockers and a 3,000 s/f mezzanine for addition storage.