CSTK completes Oklahoma facility remodeling

CSTK Inc, a diversified distributor of transportation, construction, and communications equipment and related services, has completed a top-to-bottom remodeling of its Oklahoma City OK facility.

This $1.5 million project encompassed 6,580 square feet of remodeled space, including 675 square feet of newly created space. The renovation was completed by Jenco Construction, and the design team was led by Kisha Nickell of Davidson Architecture & Engineering of Overland Park KS.

CSTK Oklahoma City is also home to CSTK Custom Trailers, offering customized horse, livestock, and specialty trailers with luxury living quarter options. This facility is located at 9929 SW 8th Street.

The CSTK Oklahoma City remodel includes a new storefront, a repaved parking lot, updated security system, video screens, and new HVAC for the facility. Updated office and retail space for both CSTK and CSTK Custom Trailers was also part of the project.

“We are pleased with the results of our expansion project,” said Michael Nelson, vice-president and general manager of CSTK Oklahoma City and Wichita. “We’ve renovated our Oklahoma City location with our customers in mind, adding more space, better parking, and increased security.”

CSTK continues to expand throughout the company’s territory. On the East Coast, a new facility opened in Bethlehem, PA in February 2015. In the Midwest, a new St Louis MO facility opened in March 2015. Other expansion projects are planned for locations in Kansas City, Wichita KS, and Philadelphia PA.

The company’s product line includes transport temperature control units, auxiliary power units, HVAC units, service bodies, snowplows, aerodynamic solutions, fleet management solutions, trailer/cargo door products, vehicle graphics, and replacement parts. It also offers repair and maintenance services. For more information, see www.cstk.com or call 888-566-5743.

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