Posted on Aug 10, 2018 in Commercial Construction, Uncategorized | No Comments

 

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If you’ve driven through Greene County recently, you may have noticed our Martin Horn fence wrap on the corner of Highway 33 and Seminole Trail. You’ve been watching the construction of the 4,000 square foot Tiger Fuel Market (the first to be built in Greene County). Maybe you saw the iconic cupola as it 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. We’ve spared no detail to bring this project together and demonstrate what a traditional Tiger Fuel Market looks like. 

Known for their amazing Deli Sandwiches and full-service kitchen, The Market will also have a Beer Cove (because nobody likes a warm beer) and a state-or-the-art All American Car Wash next door. The fuel pumps will have chip enabled card readers and Apple Pay for ease of use. Superintendent Kenny Kirk says the project is expected to be completed sometime in late August.

“Our team is installing cabinetry, painting the exterior and the finishing touches are coming together.”

– Kenny Kirk, Superintendent

We can’t wait for you to check out the new Ruckersville Market!