Project Stevenson Toyota

Project Stevenson Toyota

Stevenson Toyota in Jacksonville, N.C., decided to upgrade to the latest Toyota design plan to accommodate increasing vehicle sales and service demands. They also wanted to build the first LEED-certified Toyota automobile dealership and service center in the southeast. Parent company A M King assembled a team of design experts to complete site analysis services and address complex design and soil issues as well as the challenges presented by the LEED process. This led to the use of stone aggregate piers at building foundations, imported structural fill at all exterior paving areas, and innovative design solutions required for LEED certification. The 80,000 SF LEED-certified facility was completed within the required schedule and to the complete satisfaction of Toyota and Stevenson Automotive Group.

  • market:

  • 80,000
    Square Footage

  • Jacksonville

Project Specifications:

  • 73,000 SF of new vehicle showroom, corporate offices, and vehicle service areas
  • A separate 7,000 SF vehicle detail building
  • An architectural metal panel showroom with a structural steel frame and glass curtain wall system
  • A masonry structure to house the service areas with a thirty-two (32) vehicle capacity
  • Custom finishes including ceramic tile, architectural metal panels, millwork, solid surface countertops and polished retro-plate concrete floors
  • Water treatment systems to reuse brown water at restrooms and the detail building
  • High efficiency mechanical equipment and light fixtures
  • Clean burn heating systems to utilize excess vehicle oil for building heat
  • Development of approximately 17 acres including ponds, concrete and asphalt paving to accommodate nearly 550 inventory and customer vehicles

Project Accolades

  • Eagle Award

    ABC Excellence in Construction 2015