Transteck, Inc., a growing truck dealership that specializes in the sales and servicing of freight-related trucks, has begun construction on their new state-of-the-art Truck Center to replace their current service
Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc. (DBF), serving as architect and structural engineer for the project, along with RMF Engineering as mechanical and electrical engineers, was engaged by Willow Construction out of Easton as part of the design/build team to fulfill Transteck’s objectives. The team worked hand-in-hand to develop a prototypical facility that would also be recreated as the company looks to expand regionally.
“Working alongside Transteck and Willow Construction on the project has been a valued team-effort to provide a unique and cost-effective building recognizable from Route 50 and highly functional as a service center,” said Michael Wigley, AIA who served as principal architect for the project. “Chris Cullen, AIA, as project manager, and working closely with all parties, has been instrumental in its success to date.”
The 26,750 SF industrial style building, conveniently located off Route 50 in Easton, consists of ten truck service bays, including one wash bay, along with a parts warehouse, sales area, service counter, customer lounge, offices, and support rooms. The pre-engineered facility, with alternating siding colors, will incorporate Transteck’s company colors in their efforts to enhance and reinforce their unique brand identity as they continue to grow. The project is set to be completed in Spring 2021.
Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc., is a full-service architectural, engineering, planning and surveying firm with offices in Salisbury and Easton, Maryland, and in Milford, Delaware. For additional information about DBF, visit www.dbfinc.com.