CAPE CORAL — Commercial contractor and 7-Eleven construction specialist Creighton Construction & Development recently completed four 7-Eleven convenience stores with fuel and covered canopy structures in Florida, with new locations in Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, Miami and Spring Hill.
Creighton began developing 7-Eleven stores during the recession and emerged as a go-to contractor in Florida and beyond for the nation’s largest chain of convenience stores in addition to its diverse portfolio of commercial construction and redevelopment projects. The four newest stores include:
• A redeveloped 7-Eleven at 2977 Cleveland Ave. in Fort Myers. Creighton removed an existing bank building to build a 3,000-square-foot convenience store with 18 fueling positions, as well as two Wells Fargo ATMs with drive-thru and walkup service, according to a statement.
• A remodeled 7-Eleven at 5000 U.S. 1 in Fort Pierce. Project included the transformation of an existing convenience store into a modern 3,000-square-foot store with eight fueling positions.
• A redeveloped 7-Eleven at 10300 NW 12th Ave. in Miami. Creighton removed an existing building to construct a 3,000-square-foot convenience store with eight fueling positions, the release states.
• A new 7-Eleven at 1285 Commercial Way in Spring Hill near the Pasco-Hernando State College Spring Hill Campus. The 3,000-square-foot store includes 12 fueling positions.
Based in Cape Coral, Creighton’s services include site acquisition, engineering, design, permitting and construction for commercial projects in Florida, Texas, Colorado and Virginia. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, national builders and locally owned businesses.