- We created an outdoor seating area with an art feature because we wanted to provide a dining option for patrons to enjoy the fresh air and views.
- We adhered to the Sheetz brand site layout standards and specifications because we wanted the patrons to experience the Sheetz brand that they have come to know and appreciate.
- We designed wide site entrances that are very visible and easy to navigate because it is important for the patrons to quickly and efficiently access the refueling station and get on their way to their friends and families.
McAdams was hired by Sheetz, Inc. to provide land planning, civil engineering and surveying services for the new Sheetz convenience store and fuel station at the corner of Highway 55 and Kit Creek Road in Cary, North Carolina. The project site is approximately 2.9 acres within an overall 21.6-acre commercial component of Village at the Park. The projects consisted of approximately 6,500 square feet, seven gas pump and associated site improvements, including off-site road widening.