Black Tie Limousine witnessed an exponential growth over the years, which necessitated a large and modern facility. The proprietor and president of Black Tie Limousine, Mark Mollica is pleased with the building overhaul for his recently renovated limousine facility.
An old 66,000 sq.ft hat box production facility that was spacious and economic, was found to be appropriate for the limousine company. Renovating the existing building is more economic and hence the proprietor focused on renowned constructors, efficient to handle the complexities of renovating pre-existing structures. The proprietor was interested in Butler products due to its legendary steel building systems.
Black Tie Limousine will employ Butler's MR-24 roof, for a weathertight roof. The significant feature of MR-24 roof system is its unique, Pittsburgh double-lock standing seam. The seam’s edges are doubly folded to prevent leaks, even under extreme environmental conditions. Furthermore, the roof is incorporated with energy-efficient thermal blocks to eliminate heat loss inside the spacious facility. The construction project including pricing, planning and management was presented to the Butler Builder and President of Dutton & Garfield, Steve Webster.
Constant hard work, service, and the vision to modify an old hat box production facility into a supreme business suite, Mollica was distinguished as Limo Digest's 2010 Large Operator of the Year. His facility now includes a weathertight roof and an energy efficient steel structure to accommodate 41 limousines. Adding to its significance, his facility includes a legendary white 1960 Rolls Royce once owned by actor Nicolas Cage.