Cole’s Collision Centers announces the opening of its newest repair shop in the Town of Halfmoon. The center will create 15 to 20 immediate job openings for various positions including administrators, auto repair technicians, customer service representatives, and estimators. Cole’s Collision currently employs 52 full-time workers.
Formerly the location of Lee’s Plumbing and HVAC, the renovated 11,800-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility at 1624 Rt. 9 includes office space, a shipping and receiving room, two estimating bays, a repair shop, a showroom, and more. The total investment on renovations and new equipment for the building exceeds $500,000.
“We are committed to the highest safety standards and quality customer service at all our locations,” said John Cole, founder and president. “This new store wouldn’t be possible without the support of our partners, suppliers, staff, and customers. We greatly appreciate your dedication and business.”
Cole’s delivers repair work, customer service, and safety. From general repairs to major accidents, the business’s skilled and experienced technicians provide all auto-body needs in an I-CAR Gold Class certified shop.
An invitation-only grand opening celebration is scheduled for Thurs., Nov. 15 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and will include local dignitaries.
Cole’s Collision Centers is one of the fastest-growing auto-repair companies in the Capital Region. In 2011, Cole’s total revenue reached $8.9 million. Cole’s Collision opened its first store at 1904 Central Ave. in Albany in 2007; locations in Ballston Spa and Wilton were added in 2010.
Cole’s Collision Centers was honored in May with the Small Business Excellence Award by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
To learn more, visit www.colescollision.com.