The Burlington Subaru service bay underwent extensive renovations in this two-phase project. The existing conditions and recon bay buildings, totaling 10,000 square feet, were renovated to enhance functionality and efficiency. The project encompassed a complete upgrade of the mechanical and electrical systems, installation of new restrooms, a revised layout to accommodate full building drive-through capabilities with a new overhead door, energy-efficient lighting, compressed air lines, and improved finishes throughout. Notably, a partnership with New England Air Systems allowed for the upgrade of all MEP systems, including the addition of three new “Used Oil” storage tanks. These tanks utilize waste oil from cars to provide heat to two separate buildings, exemplifying an innovative heating system. That’s right, a heating system fueled by waste oil from your car!
The project was completed in 2021 and carried out for the owner, 802 Cars Autogroup. Joesph Architects served as the architect for the project, while H.P. Cummings Construction Company acted as the construction manager, overseeing the successful completion of the renovations.