76 gas station and car wash

  • The project was an abandoned site when acquired two years prior to the completion of construction. The project entailed the demolition of the existing store and building a new larger footprint to allocate more retail square footage. .

  • The project was a fast track design and build with collaboration with Erika Winters Design. The main concept of the project wasto enrich the city of Victorville with a common business of a gas station without the mondaine type of the everyday, but to be a resemblance of an Italian Villa

  • The building has been constructed in light gage metal studs with a steel structure. Cladded in a smooth trowel finish stucco with three integrated colors. The mansard roof is a lightweight, beautifully replica of a clay roof, aluminum panel with a lifetime warranty Decra roofing system. The columns are cladded natural ledger stone.

  • The landscape is drought tolerant and native to the location. The Carwash has state of the art equipment and a durable industrial colored epoxy was used to protect the concrete of the tunnel.

  • At the front of the building a fountain was built to create an environment of serenity while drinking a coffee, meeting a friend or just enjoying a sandwich from the mini market.

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