Wyandotte Turtle Shop
The Wyandotte Nation expands its economic opportunity into Missouri
The Wyandotte Nation, a federally recognized Native American tribe, expanded its business opportunities across Seneca, Missouri, with a new convenience store.
The first store opened in 2013, serving as the flagship store for the Wyandotte Tribe Of Oklahoma. As the business continued to grow, there was a need to update the entire facility.
Crossland upgraded the paving and fuel tank piping features that can withstand the wear and tear of 18-wheeler trucks daily. We opened the store on time and delivered the project $700,000 under budget.
The addition of this convenience store improves the lives of truckers, offering various food options and a comfortable place to rest, and builds up the Wyandotte Nation’s portfolio to expand its economic development across the Midwest.
Industry Sector: Commercial – Retail & Office
Size: 4,990 SF
Delivery Method: Negotiated
Self-Perform: Finish Carpentry, Rough Carpentry, Steel Erection, Concrete
Owner: Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma
Architect: Hunter & Millard Architects, Inc.
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