Creighton Construction & Development has begun redevelopment of a 7-Eleven in Virginia, the fourth state in its portfolio of full-service construction management.
In 2007, Dan Creighton founded Creighton Construction & Development with chief operating officer, Brent Evans. Over the years, the company has completed hundreds of well-known projects, including more than 200 7-Eleven convenience stores and fueling stations throughout the country, and new buildings for Ada’s Natural Market, Chipotle, Culver’s, Five Guys, MedExpress, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Pets Supermarket, Sam’s Club, Starbucks, West Marine and many other retail stores, restaurants, medical buildings and shopping plazas.
The company now has a team of more than 60 employees from real estate, development and entitlement to construction for complete development as well as providing turnkey services for hundreds of projects for clients throughout Florida, Texas, Colorado and now Virginia. The company’s plans include expansion into other regions in the near future.
“We’re prepared to go wherever an exceptional contractor is needed,” Dan Creighton said. “Creighton Construction & Development represents some of the most recognizable, growing brands in the nation, and we’re proud to support them in achieving their long-term goals throughout the country.”
The first project in the Virginia market is the redevelopment of an existing fueling station into a 3,000-square-foot 7-Eleven convenience store with 16 fueling positions and a covered canopy structure at 1301 N. Laburnum Ave. in Richmond.
Project completion is expected in fall 2019.