Tiger Fuel & Ruckersville Market
In 2018, Martin Horn built this Market, gas station, and car wash center in Greene County, on the corner of Highway 33 and Seminole Trail. The 4,000 SF Tiger Fuel Market was the first to be built in Greene County. The Market couldn’t be completed without its iconic cupola, which was hoisted in the air by a large crane. The cupola was originally built in Louisiana and transported in 4 large pieces to Ruckersville. Later it was reassembled on-site and the careful balancing act began. Martin Horn spared no detail to bring this project to bear, and create the on-brand, traditional Tiger Fuel Market.
Known for their amazing Deli Sandwiches and full-service kitchen, The Market also has a Beer Cove (because nobody likes a warm beer) and a state-or-the-art All American Car Wash next door. The fuel pumps have chip-enabled card readers and Apple Pay for ease of use.
PROJECT START: January 2019
PROJECT SIZE: 3,740 SF
PROJECT DURATION: 12 Months
CONTRACT VALUE:$2.5 Million
PROJECT MANAGER: Robert Menasco
ESTIMATOR: Arthur Rogers & Robert Menasco
SUPERINTENDENT: Kenny Kirk
OWNER: Tiger Fuel
CONTACT: Gordon Sutton
ARCHITECT: The Goetz Design Group
CONTACT: Eric Goetz