Save thousands when you hire Westmor’s construction management team for your convenience store project. We have certified crews to get the job done and relationships with top vendors to ensure you have top-quality product. Whether you’re remodeling, upgrading, adding on, or building a new store, we’ll be your contact from the pre-construction services through installation.
One Contact For The Whole Project
Coordinating construction of a new convenience store can be painful. Managers need to consider layout, traffic counts, flow rates, permitting and more. At Westmor, we are staffed with the right people in the right places to manage your new or remodeled store from start to finish. Our staff provides pre-construction services, architectural design, and project management from a single source. We also have relationships with top vendors including Gilbarco, OPW, Emco, Wheaton, Midcom, and more.
Whether you are remodeling, upgrading, or constructing a new store from the ground up, when working with Westmor Industries you’ll save thousands of dollars on your project. This equates to total savings of up to 35% when compared to working with a construction firm or general contractor.
Project Service and Support
We’ve got experienced crews to install and repair all convenience store equipment from the underground up. Our crews will equip your store with new fueling equipment including: dispensers, point of sale systems, tank monitoring devices and much more. When working with Westmor Industries, you’ll have access to industry leading parts and supplies. Our Technical Support Team is backed by 24/7 phone support to ensure that you’re always up and running.
“Our old store was very old and outdated and we needed more space, more products – as manager I don’t have a lot of time to be handling a lot of these things so it was a relief to me to know I had someone on-staff and on-site that would take care of these issues. It just makes me excited and happy to know that we have a business up here that’s going to grow with this building.”