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updated 6:19 PM PDT, May 28, 2016

Dealership project back on

A car dealership that stalled for a year has restarted, possibly showing an industry turnaround.

A $12 million car dealership project in Beaverton has restarted after stalling for a year while its owner waited to receive bank loans.

The project's reboot could signal a turnaround for at least part of the private commercial building industry.

Tim Brunner is president of Axis Design Group Architecture and Engineering, which specializes in car dealership projects. The company lost 10 jobs through layoffs and attrition over the last year, Brunner said.

Axis is working on the Beaverton Honda project, which Brunner considers the first positive sign since the collapse of the dealership design niche last year. “This is the first one we’ve seen,” Brunner said.

Read the full story at the Daily Journal of Commerce.

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