Caliber Collision Opens State-of-the-Art Greenfield Collision Repair Facility in Texas - BodyShop Business

Caliber Collision Opens State-of-the-Art Greenfield Collision Repair Facility in Texas

MSO increases shop count to 159 nationwide, 58 in Texas and 17 in Dallas-Ft. Worth area.

Caliber Collision Centers has announced the opening of its first “from-the-ground-up” greenfield facility in Frisco, Texas in more than 10 years.

“Today’s opening of our new 26,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Frisco, Texas center increases our total locations in the Texas market to 58,” said Steve Grimshaw, CEO of Caliber. “This preeminent North Texas facility will be the most advanced Caliber Collision center in our network with the latest innovations, including side load paint system technology, new lobby layout and design for a better customer experience, and a 2,000-square-foot Enterprise Rent-A-Car facility for one-stop drop and go convenience.”

Caliber Collision’s new Frisco, Texas location officially opened for business Jan. 20 at 6440 Preston Road, Frisco, Texas. The new Caliber Frisco center will consist of more than 23,000 square feet of repair space across 4.5 acres. The facility will have 21 service bays, four paint booths and 158 parking spaces for Caliber’s customers and partners.

“Our new Frisco center brings Caliber Collision’s total locations to 159 as we continue to grow as the collision repair provider of choice in every community we serve,” said Mark Sanders, president and COO of Caliber. “To celebrate this new flagship Caliber Collision center, we plan on holding a grand opening event on Thursday, February 13, with ribbon cutting, facility tours, and great door prizes for partners, agents, dealerships and dignitaries.”

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