Gas Station Construction & Design 101

Gas Stations require  very in-depth strategic planning during design phase to capitalize and achieve a profitable return on investment. Below are few critical steps in achieving efficiency in your land usage when designing & building your gas station.

1. Check local & state municipal restrictions: Most cities has a prohibition of alcohol sales 300 feet within public or private schools, public hospitals, day-care facilities. Click here to see TABC regulations for more in-depth understanding of these restrictions. This should be the first step of inquiry before purchasing land for gas station development. 

2.Get a Feasibility Study Done: A feasibility study is a three year store sales and fuel projections based on detailed specific data. It is a vital analysis for bank loan process and will provide you with a financial picture of your store. A schematic design must be done for analysis.

3. Create a brand w/ exterior elevation:  Exterior elevation design is the most important element in a gas station design. It must be carefully planned based on your vision. It must display your brands identity that is attractive to the prospective customers.

4. Design a efficient on-site circulation:  Site plan design will need to be engineered efficiently that utilizes the land usage effectively, has an ease of traffic flow and meets city requirements.

5: Create an open interior layout:  Space planning will play a major role in the store sales. It must create an open layout that incorporates product placement, architectural elements, and ease of flow for maximum sale per customer.

For any further questions feel free to contact our office @ 281.402.6656 . Visit our site below to learn more and schedule consultation.

http://www.maxxbuilders.com

 

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