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From the Ground Up: Plaza Tire Service Inc.

2811 S. Campbell Ave.

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Owner/developer: Plaza Tire Service Inc.
General contractor: Boulder Construction LLC
Architect: Levine Associates (St. Louis)
Engineers: Lee Engineering and Associates LLC, civil; SDL Engineering (Nashville, Tennessee), structural; Design & Construction Inc. (St. Peters), mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 8,400 square feet
Estimated cost: $700,000, per city permit
Lender: WND
Estimated completion: December
Project description: Since entering the market in March, Plaza Tire Service plans to open its third Springfield store before the end of the year. The Cape Girardeau-based chain operates 62 stores across Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Arkansas. To make way for its latest store, Plaza Tire had the South Campbell Avenue building demolished. It previously housed a number of restaurants in recent years – most recently La Mision. The other Plaza Tire stores are on East Sunshine Street, in a retrofitted building, and West Sunshine Street, adjacent to Springfield Plaza. Company officials have said they planned three stores in the city.

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