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Universal Steel Buildings Develops Olympia Steel Building Complex

Universal Steel Buildings has announced that an Olympia Steel Building complex has been supplied to Lee Partyka Chevrolet Mazda Isuzu, an auto dealership based in Hamden, Connecticut.

Olympia Steel Buildings Retail Building

Spread over 6000 ft2, the building complex comprises of four pre-engineered metal buildings, which will connect to create two distinct showrooms, viz., one for Chevrolet and one for Mazda. It will also include an office space for sales representatives, a lounge area and a vehicle service centre.

In 1947 the founder, Leo Partyka Sr. began a Sunoco service station in 1947. In 1954, he acquired a Chevrolet franchise located in East Hampton and later relocated it to Hamden. The Mazda franchise was acquired in 1974.

The Sr. Consultant of Olympia Steel Buildings, Erika Stanford stated that the complex structure designed for Lee Partyka Chevrolet Mazda Isuzu was made possible by the use of the pre-engineered metal building. Stanford also added that building the same structure traditionally would have not been a cost-effective solution.

Source: http://www.olympiabuildings.com/

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