Ground Broken for New Facility In Danbury

New campus will offer storage and restoration services

North American Motor Car officially began construction of two new buildings at 32 Miry Brook Road in Danbury with its groundbreaking ceremony on September 3.  The event was attended by Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, town officials, representatives from the state legislature as well as friends and family of North American Motor Car and Claris Construction.

Groundbreaking officials from left to right – Danbury City Councilman Roberto Alves; CT State Representative Ken Gucker; North American Motor Car COO, Andy Hill; North American Motor Car CEO, Chris Bishop; Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton; Claris Construction, Michael Kozlowski; and Claris Construction, Eric Maria.

Speaking at the ceremony Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton said, “People have choices — particularly in this economy — about where to invest their money. These guys could choose anywhere, and they chose Danbury.”

One of the new services on offer will be monthly or year-round exotic and classic car storage.  The fully insured facility will have a capacity of around 260 vehicles in a clean, climate-controlled space, staffed by automotive experts.

At its new cutting-edge maintenance facility, North American Motor Car will continue to offer concierge services including custom restoration, maintenance, upholstery repair, professional detailing, aftermarket accessory installation, and automotive shipping and receiving.

The new facilities are scheduled to be complete in the autumn of 2021.

 

Check out the full story in the News-Times by clicking the image below.

 

 

Back to top