Jim Franklin had a new building constructed for Streetrodz Unlimited after the auto repair business outgrew its smaller building.
Franklin, who has run the business since 2006, built a new facility with five repair lifts and six repair bays. The one-story building includes shop and office sides separated by a viewing window.
The building at 901 E. Chemical Drive in east Kennewick opened in late August and supports general automotive repair services for all makes and models of vehicles, as well as restoration services, transmission, drive train and engine rebuilds and swaps.
Adam Hall of CRF Metals Works was the general contractor.