CJL - Christopher J. Lee Architects, Inc.

Dixie Buick Auto Dealership Remodel

Dixie Buick/GMC was originally built at this location in 1992 and was the first project designed by Christopher J. Lee Architects. Twenty years later, we were again selected to design the planned renovations required by the General Motors Buick Division to create a new image which conforms to a national branding campaign for the dealership. The renovation required the removal of selected portions of the existing building and applying distinctive black and white metal panels on the exterior façade, and replacing all of the interior materials and finishes in all “customer contact areas” with new flooring, ceilings, energy-efficient LED lighting, cabinets, furnishings and interior finishes consistent with the new Buick nationwide branded image.

Client: Dixie Buick, Inc.

Location: Fort Myers, FL

Building Size: 2-Building 27,000 SF Existing Facility Renovation

Building Type: Automotive Sales & Service Center

“As an Architect, I always consider it an honor to be chosen to provide architectural services to any repeat Client as a testimony of our ability to satisfy their needs by providing professional, quality service with positive results. At Dixie Buick, I consider it to be the ultimate statement and compliment to have been selected to again provide comprehensive architectural and interior design services for our very first Client after having served them on our first commissioned project 20 years ago.” – Christopher J. Lee, Principal Architect

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