Woodall's Of Dothan is Exspanding and RelocatingMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Aug 14 2014 8:17 AM
DOTHAN: As a growing business in the Wiregrass for over 47 years, Bob Woodall Air Care Systems, Inc., is pleased to announce its expansion and relocation to the downtown area of Dothan. Partners Bob Woodall and Cal Turner have entered into a “Development Agreement” with the Dothan Downtown Redevelopment Association (DDRA) to renovate and acquire the Mayer Electric Building located at 412 North Foster Street.
Woodall and Turner for several years have realized that due to the growth of the “Call Bob” brand in both the residential and commercial divisions of their HVAC business that relocation was in their future. Their desire was not only to relocate to help serve their customers better and enhance the environment for their employees, but to also give back to the community that has supported Bob Woodall Air Care Systems for so many years. With a love for the downtown area, where Bob in his teenage years worked at Wilson’s Men’s Shop, and Cal’s vision for growth and expansion, this redevelopment of the Mayer Building with the DDRA provided the opportunity to meet each of these purposes.
While their plan for historical preservation and renovation will proceed in stages, they are excited for their employees, their customers, the citizens of the Wiregrass, and the downtown redevelopment initiative to be able to restore and bring back the character to a Dothan landmark. This move will bring approximately 50 jobs to the downtown area as well as revitalization to an entire city block. Bob Woodall Air Care Systems is excited to be a part of the growth of downtown Dothan that has already been enhanced by the addition of the new Houston-Love Memorial Library and the renovation of the Houston County Administration Building, Five-Star Credit Union, and many other successful buildings along Foster Street and the surrounding area. Bob and Cal are appreciative for the support of their customers for so many years and look forward to continuing to serve the Wiregrass area from their new location while preserving the heritage of Dothan.