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Enmarket Debuts New Headquarters In Savannah

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The Enmarket staff stands in front of the company’s newly built headquarters building, the first of two at the Savannah, Georgia, site.

The Savannah, Georgia-based Enmarket convenience store chain has a new home. The locally owned and operated company has moved into its new corporate headquarters building at the corner of Chatham Parkway and Highway 17 in Savannah.

The 23,000-s.f. office building is the first completed phase of a larger complex on the site along one of Savannah’s fastest-growing commercial corridors. When complete, the complex will include a second building equal to the size of the headquarters structure. That will allow room for future expansion as well as a modernized and expanded version of the Enmarket store formerly on the site and an adjacent 70-ft. tunnel car wash.

EnmarketFor now, the companion structure will serve as warehouse space and home to various store support teams.

“Our current office staff includes about 40 people who commute from Savannah, the islands, Richmond Hill, Effingham County and Bluffton, South Carolina,” said Brett Giesick, president of Enmarket. “The new headquarters site is ideal. It’s central and easily accessible for employees commuting from all of these areas.”

Giesick said that the new headquarters will also be adjacent to and Enmarket store, which will let corporate staff enjoy the same store amenities and convenience as other customers.

The new headquarters will house the accounting, marketing, facilities, real estate, car wash, fuel team, human resources, training, information technology and operations departments for the company. It will serve as the central command center for Enmarket’s 124 convenience stores and 14 quick-serve restaurants.

The new building includes nearly 70 office spaces, multiple conference rooms, a bullpen area for visiting team members, a kitchen that features Enmarket’s dispensed beverage options and a large training room with a 160-person capacity.

Just this year, the chain led the Savannah market in introducing app-based, line-skipping technology with its Skip Frictionless Checkout. The office also features a state-of-the-art interactive multimedia system to be used for conferencing, training and more.

The rebuilt and expanded store at the site is expected to open in March, with the tunnel car wash coming into service simultaneously or shortly afterward.

Savannah-based general contractor West Construction Co. served as the builder for the Enmarket complex.

Enmarket, Savannah’s largest convenience store chain and the 49th largest convenience store operator in the country, employs more than 1,300 people. Founded as Interstate Stations by Robert Demere in 1963, the retailer operates convenience stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.

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