Butterfield brothers spend $12 million remodeling their Ford dealership in Utah

Butterfield Ford in Sandy, UT opened a new showroom and service facility following a $12 million remodeling project. Highlights of the 18-month project include a showroom that's doubled in size, a new business development center and fleet office, and a stand-alone service center. It has 68 stalls, state-of-the-art equipment and a large indoor service driveway. The remodeling made the parts department

June 1, 2001

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Butterfield Ford in Sandy, UT opened a new showroom and service facility following a $12 million remodeling project.

Highlights of the 18-month project include a showroom that's doubled in size, a new business development center and fleet office, and a stand-alone service center. It has 68 stalls, state-of-the-art equipment and a large indoor service driveway. The remodeling made the parts department four times bigger.

Overall, the dealership's site went from five acres to more than 17. The store is the largest single-location volume dealer in Utah, selling nearly 6,000 vehicles last year.

“We look for even more growth this year,” says Brent E. Butterfield who owns the dealership with brothers Roger and Craig.

Butterfield Ford dates to 1937. It's moved three times. It has been at its current location since 1977.

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