Service King Breaks Ground on 35th DFW Location

Service King Breaks Ground on 35th Dallas-Fort Worth Location

The new 22,600-square-foot repair center is set to open in late summer 2016, and it will operate as Service King’s 35th location in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.


Service King Collision Repair Centers announced that it held a groundbreaking ceremony Dec. 16th for its future location in The Colony, Texas.

Service King officials, including CEO Chris Abraham, joined representatives from the city of The Colony to officially commence construction of Service King’s future 22,600-square-foot repair center located in the rapidly growing north Dallas suburb of The Colony. Service King plans to open the repair center in late summer 2016.

“The Colony is thrilled to welcome the newest North Texas Service King location,” said Keri Samford, director of economic development for the city of The Colony. “Service King and its family of teammates will serve as a vibrant addition to our business community and provide a world-class service to our citizens.”

The new repair center will operate as Service King’s 35th location in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with the capacity to repair up to 300 vehicles per month while employing a staff of 25 to 30 teammates. It will mark Service King’s first location in The Colony and the first new location to be constructed from the ground up in the Dallas area in five years.

“This is a moment our team has been looking forward to for quite some time,” said Jeff McFadden, Service King president. “Service King has always been extremely proud to call DFW home, and we look forward to a long, prosperous future in The Colony with the addition of this repair center.”

Service King CEO Chris Abraham added, “This is an exciting time to join The Colony in the midst of its booming growth in the market. After five years of expanding Service King to customers across the U.S., our team is thrilled at the opportunity to continue investing in our home market as we enter our 40th anniversary as an organization.”

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