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Wells Ford


Stirling, Ontario


Addition and Renovation


Conventional Steel


sq. ft.

Boyer Ford (formerly Wells Ford)

Completed in the spring of 2014, the project involved the construction of a new addition to create a new service entrance facility and at the same time making provisions to create barrier-free accessibility to the service department and existing showroom. The original showroom is a Butler Building constructed in 1965. This showroom still had its original through-fastened roof which was still functioning without issue! However, at the time of this addition and renovation,it made sense to re-roof the existing facility with a new Butler standing seam roof. The project also included a new tower entrance and complete façade upgrade in keeping with Ford’s image program.


Wells Ford
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