Steve Rexroth, owner and operator of Miracle Workers Auto Collision Center, built his facility in 1999 to be a drive-thru collision repair facility. In order to follow his idea of having a car drive through the front of the building and then out the back doors when it’s repaired, Rexroth hired technicians that are able to work in teams of two.
One technician works on the vehicle for the body and paint and another technician focuses on the structural and mechanical aspects of the repair, he says. The technicians are almost like secret weapons by working on two areas instead of one.
“Our building covers a full city block,” he says. “This process keeps the flow going.