The owner of 911 Rapid Response in South Annville Township in Lebanon County, PA engaged the design build services of J.E. Horst Builder on the recent construction of their new facility. The new structure is a 31,620 sq. ft. pre-engineered metal building that contains a variety of uses including retail space, an indoor shooting range, an equipment installation garage, a clothing embroidery center, and a graphics design and printing area. J.E.
J.E. Horst Builder is a leading contractor for retail facility construction.
The owners of Sensenig Repair near Ephrata in Lancaster County, PA contracted with J.E. Horst Builder to construct additions to their existing lawn and garden showroom and repair facility. J.E. Horst Builder provided assistance with the final design build details and with the permitting process. A 50’x50’x23’ pre-engineered metal building was erected on one end of the existing building to provide additional warehouse space. On the other end of the existing building, a wood frame addition was constructed to provide new showroom and retail floor space.
J.E. Horst Builders provided design-build services for this masonry/steel addition on an existing hardware store.
The owners of this old property in downtown Myerstown contacted J.E. Horst Builders prior to purchasing the property to discuss the feasibility of renovating this building and relocating their gun retail and repair business. Having worked together on numerous projects over the years, J.E. Horst had an inside track on the design features that would be important to carry into this new building. J.E Horst provided design-build services to take this building from its neglected and abandoned state to a modern and useful property with much potential for growth and expansion.
The owner of this hardware store contacted J.E. Horst Builders to discuss the renovation of a portion of his hardware store. The owner was in the process of designing a new reset of the store and was in need of more space. J.E. Horst renovated a portion of unused storage space and reconfigured the rental/service counter to provide a more suitable shopping experience.
The owners of this restaurant equipment store contacted J. E. Horst Builders after purchasing this building to discuss some design options. Due to the vast knowledge J. E. Horst had about this building due to renovating it for the previous owner, the new owners chose to hire J. E. Horst for the design and renovation for their new store. J. E. Horst reworked various structural members in the building to create more open retail space, and totally redesigned the storefront and entry area.
The owner of this retail business, came to J. E. Horst for help with the design and permitting process for his new building. The relationship quickly grew, and developed till eventually J. E. Horst not only designed the project, but also managed the job and served as GC. It was the owners desire to have a building design that would fit the local area, be flexible in it's use, and yet create a distinct experience for those who entered it. J. E.
This project was a +/- 30,000 sq. ft. addition with accessory outbuildings such as a buggy shed and pump house. One of the big challenges on this project was co-ordinating the workflow around the customers traffic. Removing the existing carport and constructing a newer larger one along with a new entrance and porch areas was done partially at night for customer safety.
New storefront/façade, part of a remodel and addition in Myerstown, PA.
A lawn and garden store addition and remodel in Myerstown, PA. The remodeling project was 13,000 square feet.