Chillicothe Fire Station


Project Description

Firefighters supply an essential service to every community and as such need their station to be top of the line and highly functional.  Rothwell Construction happily stepped up to the challenge when selected to improve and up-date the fire station in Chillicothe, Missouri.  Bob Richards heads the RCI team as Senior Project manager, working in tandem with WSKF Architects to ensure the needs of the fire station and the City of Chillicothe are met every step of the way.  Gary Sims keeps the job site running efficiently and cost effectively as the onsite Superintendent.  In this project, the existing structure will have an internal demolition and remodel, with additional space being added to the building and to the existing apparatus bay.  The work will take place without interfering with the everyday job of the fire department, which will continuingly serve the community for the duration of the construction.  Rothwell Construction is ready for the challenge and excited to be working with the City of Chillicothe.

McCarthy Olathe Nissan


Project Description

Rothwell Construction is happy to be working again with the McCarthy Automotive Group.  This is Jeff Vanderpool’s sixth job as the Senior Project Manager on a project with the McCarthy group.  This allows Jeff, along with Cary Case the onsite Superintendent, to manage the job in Olathe, Kansas with knowledge, experience, and a full understanding of the owner’s overall vision.  This building is getting an interior fix-up along with an expansion of the maintenance portion for the dealership.  We look forward to more projects with the McCarthy Automotive Group as they expand their growing business.

olathe fiat

Fiat of Olathe


Project Description

When the RLJ McLarty-Landers automotive group decided to sell Fiats at one of their existing locations in Olathe, Kansas, they need a building to display models and service vehicles.  Jeff Vanderpool took the wheel as Senior Project Manager to accomplish this task for the group.  Onsite, Superintendent Noel Ross supervised the demolition of an existing building down to its frame.  Currently, Rothwell Construction is hard at work reconstructing the inside of the building and adding a new side entrance canopy for the service ride-up.  The exterior finish of the building will be American fiber cement panels and aluminum composite panels, allowing the building to stand out new in an existing dealership lot.