Cormode & Dickson builds gas stations across Canada. We are gas station construction professionals providing superior value, design, and development from inception to completion. Working with you throughout the entire process, we assist in managing gas station construction cost from design development through to construction. What differentiates Cormode & Dickson from other gas station construction companies in Alberta is our extensive involvement in partnering with you to design the best layout, to secure an optimal location, to develop your business plan, and to manage the overall process in a way that reduces your workload and subsequent stress. We want to make building a gas station an easy and enjoyable experience for you, so we make every effort to streamline the process.

At Cormode & Dickson, our focus is on building value from the ground up. We offer you our extensive experience, resourcefulness, and expertise throughout every phase of gas station construction. As proof of our experience and expertise, take a look at our top five gas station builds in Canada:

  1. Marine Drive Husky – Vancouver, BC


The Marine Drive Husky project involved the demolition of the existing gas station, and the removal and replacement of two gas storage tanks before we constructed a three-pump island, a 2,500 square foot convenience store, and a touchless car wash. The convenience store’s exterior is finished with aluminum composite panels, along with brick and stucco.

  1. 7/11 – Langford, BC


A single canopy, three island retail facility with underground storage tanks, this 7/11 gas station is 3,000 square feet. The retail convenience store was constructed with structural walls and roof panels, exterior stone, Hardie® siding and cedar shake wall finishes. Fibre-reinforced plastic and paint were used for the interior wall finishes, and the floors were completed with porcelain tile. 

  1. Deer Valley Co-op – Leduc, AB


A winter construction project, the Deer Valley Co-op includes a gas bar, convenience store, and automatic car wash where a significant portion of the construction work was carried out in below -20°C temperatures. The 1,800 square foot twin bay touchless carwash is concrete block, spectra glaze block, and precast construction with a brick cavity wall exterior. Structural steel and steel stud frame with brick and stucco veneer finishes the 2,000 square foot convenience store. A 2,400 square foot five island gas bar, complete with canopy, is serviced by three 100,000 litre below grade tanks.

  1. Shell – Duncan, BC


The Shell project in Duncan consisted of constructing a new 2,000 square foot convenience store with a stone masonry and stucco exterior, and a metal roof. The gas bar portion has three islands with three gas dispensers and one diesel dispenser, as well as a steel canopy.  A complete raze and re-build project, construction included onsite and offsite works, with the turnover date falling within the client’s strict timeline requirements.

  1. Lindenwood Husky – Winnipeg, MB


This Husky ‘A’ market gas bar includes three blender dispensers, a 2,500 square foot convenience store, and stand-alone car wash building. Construction included the demolition of the existing building, which contained four service bays, a car wash, a convenience store, and gasoline forecourt with canopy.

Because start-up costs for gas station construction can be in excess of one million dollars, ensure that you’re getting the best possible value by partnering with Cormode & Dickson.

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