Seufert Construction & Bob Luegers Motors Partner on Expansion, Revitalization

by Seufert Construction | May 29, 2012

May 29, 2012 -- Jasper, IN – Bob Luegers Motors, in conjunction with Seufert Construction, announces the expansion and revitalization of their 1050 Wernsing Road, Jasper location. A modern exterior facade, repurposed guest lounges and offices, and an updated parts and services area are underway as Luegers becomes one of 1,900 Buick/GMC dealers across the country to update its appearance as part of Buick GMCs overall re-branding and customer satisfaction efforts.

Seufert Construction, of Ferdinand, has been hired as the general contractor for the project, which has already begun and is scheduled to be complete by mid-November. Seufert's, as a single source design/build firm, is facilitating in the engineering, design and construction of the renovation.

"We are pleased to play a role in the transformation of Bob Luegers Motors," said Brian Tretter, President of Seufert Construction. "Both of our companies share a rich family history, progressive approach and true commitment to exceeding the expectations of the buying experience of our customers."

Said Dave Luegers, General Sales Manager of Bob Luegers Motors, “We are creating a complete and convenient dealership experience. We look forward to showing off the finished product!”

Seufert Construction is southern Indiana's premier design/build contractor serving the industrial and commercial market. Seufert Construction provides customers with a single source solution to all design and construction needs including design, engineering, concrete and masonry, historic renovations and Leed Certified "Green" projects.

Bob Luegers Motors provides for the automotive needs of customers in southern Indiana, providing an excellent selection of new Buicks and GMC trucks as well as a large inventory of top-quality, used cars and trucks including GM factory and special program vehicles. Formed in 1962 by the late Robert W. Luegers, the company is currently owned and operated by four sons of the founder and employs 50 people.