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 Past Projects: Auto Dealers - Service Departments
Markosian Auto
Taylorsville, Utah

This busy car dealership needed on site painting capability to recondition fast-selling cars. Completed during the challenging pandemic year 2020, the project had the distinction of being the first paint booth permitted in the city of Taylorsville.
(Below) The 26' x 14' x 10' Color-CureŽ side downdraft paint booth supplied by BoothSource features drive-through capability.

(Above) Outside the booth: A used dry chemical fire system was recertified to serve the booth and attached mix room.

Installation for the project and permitting were provided by Professional Automotive Equipment. Above, a view inside the mixing room, with fire-proof storage cabinet.
The roof-mounted air makeup unit is supported by purpose-engineered weight-bearing posts, seen here at corners of the booth. Light to the work area is enhanced by translucent exterior roll-up doors, mirrored by the booth doors in this photo.

A 15 h.p. energy-efficient Mattei Blade rotary vane compressor provides plenty of air for the shop.

Velocity Auto Sales
Draper, Utah

In 2012 this busy car dealership expanded its vehicle refurbishing capabilities by opening a new facility that would accomodate the addition of a body and paint shop.

(Below) A view of the booth's interior.

A used Colmet semi downdraft spray booth 26' x 14' x 9' was installed. To save space, a used Spraytech air makeup system was roof mounted, with some creative ductwork between trusses. A variable frequency drive controls booth pressure and minimizes energy costs.

(Above) A new 6 X 12' Kayco mix room was added.
(Below) Goff's curtain walls separate the mechanical shop from the body and paint area.

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BMW of Pleasant Grove
Pleasant Grove, Utah

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This gorgeous new dealership, built in 2006, rivals dealer facilities anywhere in the world.

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The service shop has 16 OMER 8800 lb capacity lifts imported from Italy. The unique parallelogram lift design provides full access for under-vehicle and wheel servicing.

(Below) Is this really the service department? This "Widelux" shot, created by
John McCarthy Photography really shows off the shop's design concept.
When the lift is in the lowered position, it is fully recessed into the floor. This maximizes both work area in the bay and the shop's aesthetics.

BMW of Murray
Murray, Utah

As part of the dealership's 2002 restoration and refurbishing, the service department was expanded and received a sleek, new look.
Unique telescoping exhaust removal system leaves tile floor uncluttered by exhaust ducts.

OMER parallelogram 8800-pound capacity lifts fold flush with the floor for a streamlined look, while lifting a full six feet.

Ed Kenley Ford
Layton, Utah

During the mid '80s, Ed Kenley chose Professional Automotive Equipment as his equipment supplier. After two expansions, nearly 30 lifts have been installed.
Many of the original lifts are still in service, like this beefy ALM 7000-pound capacity two-poster.

This ALM 12,000-pound capacity four-post lift with rolling bridge doubles as a lube and muffler rack.
This ALM 12,000-pound lift has tall extensions to reach the frames of the "Super Duty" trucks.

Asymmetric lift design allows tight bay spacing for maximum shop productivity.

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