G.C. Express Clark

G.C. Express Clark was a ground-up project completed by the Oscar W. Larson Company in Freemont Township, MI.

Toledo Executive Airport

For the Toledo Executive Airport project, Oscar W. Larson Co. completed the installation of Jet A & Avgas fuel skids on two AST’s. Installation included all electrical.

Wesco Fruitport Station

The Wesco Fruitport project is a fueling installation project by the Oscar W. Larson Company.

Woodhaven Crossings & Marathon Gas Station

Woodhaven Crossings is a ground-up project completed by the Oscar W. Larson Company, which included all site, building, electrical, and petroleum equipment supply and install.

Washtenaw County Road Commission

For the Washtenaw County Road Commission project, Oscar W. Larson Co. supplied and installed one 12,000 gallon split compartment UL-2085 Fireguard AST, two Wayne Global Dispensers, one Fuelmaster System, One Veeder-Root System, one 500 gallon Blue1 DEF unit, one 25,000 gallon waster UST for fire suppression, and one canopy.
Car Wash

FireKeepers Casino

The FireKeepers project entailed the implementation of a Razor touch free wash system and installation of a 57’x132’ canopy and excavation for (1) 36K Xerxes double wall fiberglass split compartment tank, (1) 24K regular no lead tank, (1) 6K premium tank, and (1) 6K diesel tank.


The Sunoco project in Novi, MI, was a total raze and rebuild. The property is located in a floodplain and required special use designation, along with other variances from the City of Novi and FEMA. The small .69 acre site presented a challenge due to obvious limited working area.


The Mobil project in South Lyon, MI, consisted of a 3-D Illuminated Fascia System on 198 l.f. (three sides), Two (2) Mobil logo sign boxes, Freight, Erection, Electrical to hook up two (2) sign boxes and illuminated fascia.

Chapaton Pumping Station

The Chapaton Pumping Station project, located in St. Clair Shores, MI, included the installation of a 17-ton generator outside of the Chapaton Retention Treatment Facility.

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak)

The Amtrak project in Washington, DC entailed the placement of five (5) 30,000 gallon steel double wall diesel above ground storage tanks on a single concrete pad, connecting the tanks to each other and the fuel annex, and a computerized delivery fill system.