Cole’s Collision Centers Marks Grand Opening at New Location in North Greenbush


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Cole’s Collision Centers Marks Grand Opening at New Location in North Greenbush

 Celebrates new facility with donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Rensselaer County

North Greenbush, N.Y. –The Capital Region’s largest and fastest-growing, family-owned auto repair company, today officially opened its newest location in the Town of North Greenbush. The 14,000 square foot facility utilizes 2.2 acres of formerly vacant land at 97 U.S. Route 4. Cole’s Collision operates four other collision centers throughout Albany and Saratoga counties. A special ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Wednesday evening, attended by Rensselaer County Chamber of Commerce representatives and local elected officials and dignitaries.

Construction of the facility began in late 2016 following the approval of the land deal by the Rensselaer County Industrial Development Agency. The building, design by m. besse architect, includes state-of-the-art auto repair and paint equipment available today, including a USA Italia spray booth. Parking areas on both sides of the building can accommodate up to 36 vehicles. Operations at this location will be in line with Cole’s longstanding commitment to environmental protection through the use of water-based paints and air filtration systems.

” Opening this location is the result of several years of work, not just on our part but on the part of the many partners and representatives from the town of North Grennbush and Rensselaer County Industrial Development Agency with whom we’ve worked,” said John Cole, owner, Cole’s Collisions Centers.” I’d like to thank them for their support in making this happen and I look forward to continuing our promise of quality repair work and customer service in North Greenbush.”

” It’s great to see small businesses grow and evolve in the community,” said John T. McDonald III, assembly member, 108th District. ” Cole’s Collision Centers is as unique as its new location, especially with the company’s involvement with Tesla.” Cole’s is in the final stages of becoming certified to perform factory repairs on all Tesla models. ” This is more great news for Rensselaer County as another new business is opening its doors here. I want to thank Cole’s Collision for its investment into this community and wish them continued success as they expand their capacity and operations in this region,” stated Kathleen M. Jumino, executive, Rensselaer County.

Cole’s Collision has had success at every location they’ve opened across the Capital Region and we’re excited that a new, modern building will greatly improve that aesthetics of the main corridor of our town and turn vacant, blighted land into a viable option,” said Lou Desso, supervisor, Town of North Greenbush.” Cole’s has a long reputation for superior customer service and community  involvement so we’re thrilled to welcome them to North Greenbush.”

Cole’s Collision has been involved in the communities in which it operates since the opening of its first location ten years ago. The continued with the grand opening celebration, as Cole’s presented a donation of $2,500 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Rensselaer County. Earlier this year, in celebration of its ten year anniversary, Cole’s funded the wish of a local teenager through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. It was the third Cole’s has funded to date.

Education is our nation’s top priority, however schools can’t do the job alone,” said Jessica Rowell, executive director, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Rensselaer County. ” Community partners like Boys & Girls Club, which fill the critically important after-school hours with homework help, social and recreational activities, tutoring and computer instruction, are making a real difference today. Our motto is: when school is out, the club is open. Our team of trained youth development professionals provide a safe, nurturing ‘second home’ to more than 75 youth each day after school and in the evening in Rensselaer County and with this generous investment from Cole’s Collision Centers, we can open the door to do even more tomorrow!”

Cole’s plans to hire more than 15 new employees to staff this location, from mechanical technicians and journeymen to clerical and customer service representatives. The company employs around 100 between its five locations.

 

 

About Cole’s Collision

Serving the Capital Region since 2007, Cole’s Collision Centers delivers exceptional repair work, quality customer service, and safety. From general repairs to major accidents, Cole’s Collision Center’s highly-skilled and experienced technicians provide all auto body needs in a I-CAR Gold Class certified shop.

 

 



 

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