Randolph Automotive Servicenter Upgraded

Designed by Main Street Architects

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Randolph Automotive construction project rendering

Randolph, MA – People who travel Route 28 through Randolph have probably noticed the flurry of construction activity taking place at the Randolph Automotive Servicenter located at 1245 Main Street.

The third-generation, 50+ year-old family-owned business, which consists of an automotive repair facility, gasoline station, and convenience store, will soon have an entirely new look. The present building, which houses all aspects of the operation, will be replaced by two new buildings over the next four to five months.

The estimated $2.5 million renovation will take place in two phases. The first phase now under way is the construction of a new, standalone, state-of-the-art repair facility located adjacent to the existing building. The new two-story, 3,740sf repair center will house six repair bays for Randolph Automotive’s regular and commercial fleet repair customers, on its first level. The second story will be used for office and administrative space.

Main Street Architects of Weymouth is the firm which has designed this new building, and the construction contractor is the Randolph-based Joy Construction.

The second phase of construction is slated to begin in early April and be completed by July. The existing structure will be demolished and a new, 2,880sf facility will be constructed in its place. The new building will house a significantly expanded convenience store presence, and Randolph Automotive Servicenter will add a Dunkin’ Donuts to the store, including a drive-through operation.