BSCAmerica began to establish the new Bel Air Auto Auction Site with a groundbreaking in Riverside. The company noted that the future facilities will be 75,000 square feet, with an additional 35,000 square feet with the mechanical and body shop. R. Charles Nichols, President of BSCAmerica, determined that the construction of the new facility will take about 15 months
During the groundbreaking, Barry Glassman, Harford County Excutive, discussed the new complex, as well as awarded the owners of the auto auction, the Nichols family, with a certificate.
“Our new site is one mile east of I-95, making access much easier for our dealers,” Nicholas stated in a news release. “We are installing campus-wide Wi-Fi for the convenience of our customers, and to avoid data usage issues on their smart phones and electronic hand-held devices.” The company’s vice president, Michelle Nichols Neff, notes, “”Our new auction building will also house the BSCAmerica’s corporate offices and Bel Air Auto Auction’s administrative offices and regional staff… One main location for our dealers and a much easier environment for employees were the objectives for the new complex.”
Raymond C. Nichols, CEO of BSCAmerica, feels that sellers and buyers will benefit from the new auction center as it will serve their marketplace and regional needs.
Based on article from The Baltimore Sun