Blue Ridge Mazda is a great example of the creative possibilities used in today’s construction technology.
Meyer Brothers Building Company served Mazda as the General Contractor for this Auto Dealership.
The building is supported by a masonry block structural wall system with a conventionally framed structural steel roof system, which is composed of a single-ply membrane.
The exterior finish takes on a contemporary flare using a combination of painted masonry block, EIFS and architectural sheet metal.
Interior finishes utilize painted drywall,
an exposed painted roof structure
and architectural sheet metal to achieve an industrial look.
This Mazda showroom shows-off a new car displayed on a hydraulic lift.
|Square Footage||14,866 S.F.|
|Location||Lee's Summit, MO|
|End Use||Automotive Dealership|
|Completion Date||December 2007|
|Architectural Features||Structural masonry block wall system / Structural steel roof system / Single-ply membrane roof|
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|Architect||Williams Spurgeon Kuhl & Freshnock|