More than a simple wash and wax. An outdated turn of the century service station was raised for a new modern touch – less car wash.

A common problem associated with car washes in New England deterioration of the interior walls brought on by freeze thaw activity. To solve this problem the building was constructed using concrete filled extruded polymer wall system. The wall panels were erected and filled with concrete in two days. The underground fuel storage tanks were cleaned, inspected and joined together so the wash water could be reclaimed, purified and re-used saving thousands of gallons of water annually.