Real Estate Journal — Pennsylvania — August 15 - 28, 2014 — 15C


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Including the showroom, offices, parts & service area Boyle Construction completes Ford facility makeover A LLENTOWN, PA — Automakers have al- ways been known for

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cutting edge marketing and mesmerizing commercials, but that flashy style doesn’t usu- ally translate to the car buying experience at your local dealer- ship. Boyle Construction’s recent upgrades to the Ford facility at Faulkner-Ciocca of Souderton aim to change that experience. Boyle renovated Faulkner- Ciocca’s entire 19,000 s/f space, including the showroom, of- fices, parts and service areas. The project included the addi- tion of 3,000 s/f to accommodate a four bay Service drive-thru and a two-bay new car delivery area. The project was guided by directives from Ford’s Global Look + Style guidelines which set standards for everything from color palettes and tile selection to floor layouts and furniture. “Ford believes the physical interface with customers, the design and image of a dealer- ship is key to its brand,” Boyle president Sean Boyle said. “We worked with Faulkner- Ciocca to enhance the customer experience. Simply put, the new dealership got a modern make- over that makes it customer- friendly and comfortable.”

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Developments Construction Renovations Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Contact: Elaine Fanning 800-584-1062/781-871-5298 Ext. 212 EFanning@mareJournal.com will enjoy, off-street parking, pool and fitness center. said Paul Frank, special proj- ects manager at Faulkner-Ci- occa, “They ensured that there was minimal disruption to our operations and their attention to detail is amazing!” n

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“ Ed Refsnider and Jim Kemmerer from Boyle, did a fantastic job in keeping this project on-time. The design- build team they put together produced a superior project.”

PHOENIXVILLE, PA — IMC Construction an- nounced the groundbreaking for Phoenix Village. Located in the heart of Phoenixville, on the former site of Phoenix Steel Corp. the new, 337,000 s/f, mixed-use development will consist of 275 residential rental units, retail and office space fronting Bridge St., and podium parking for 295 cars. IMC Construction breaks ground on a mixed-use development The seven acre project is a partnership between the De- Mutis Group and Fox Realty Co. When complete the project will have two five-story at- tached buildings and residence IMC Construction is an award-winning professional construction firm based in Malvern. n Phoenix Village

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