FRONTIER Building, the experience-focused national General Construction, Construction Management and Design-Build contractor, has just completed the construction of a new 7-Eleven gas and convenience store located at 3085 Hwy 160 W in Fort Mill, South Carolina.
FRONTIER Building knocked down an old abandoned house on the 2.67 acre lot and converted it into Fort Mill’s newest 7-Eleven gas and convenience store which includes 3,340 square feet of air-conditioned retail space along with 28 parking spaces and 16 fueling pumps.
FRONTIER Building has also broken ground on a new 7-Eleven located at 2020 Doby’s Bridge Road in Fort Mills.
This gas and convenience store will sit on a 2.24 acre corner next to a new multi-tenant facility. The national contractor is also providing the ground-up full-site construction for the retail structure as well as the fueling component. It will include 3,484 square feet of air-conditioned retail space along with 24 parking spaces and 16 fueling pumps. The new store is set to be completed this November.
“This fall, FRONTIER will have completed two 7-Elevens in Fort Mill and many others throughout the Mid-Atlantic,” said Derek Hopkins, FRONTIER project manager. “The other 7-Elevens are located in the cities of Charlotte and Gastonia, North Carolina, Spartanburg, South Carolina and Richmond, Virginia and others are under construction across the country.”
About FRONTIER Building:
Founded in 2002, FRONTIER Building is an experience-focused national General Construction, Construction Management and Design-Build contractor that specializes in delivering exceptional projects and fostering long-term client relationships.
The nationally respected industry leader understands that every client and intention is unique and believes that only through identifying individual goals can it truly deliver the optimal building experience. Devoted to building better experiences, everywhere, FRONTIER Building has built projects for Fortune 500 companies in the convenience store, restaurant, retail, finance and healthcare industries across the United States from Florida to Alaska.