Mobile, AL (March 25, 2013) - Motorists traveling I-65 now have a state-of-the-art Travel Plaza at which to pause for refreshment and refueling near Atmore. S. Rolin Construction, serving as General Contractor and White-Spunner Construction, Inc. as sub-prime contractor, recently completed the 10,000-square-foot Travel Plaza at Exit 54. The multi-million dollar, first-class travel and trucking facility includes a Wi-Fi enabled entertainment lounge, full restaurant, shower rooms, and two of the largest fueling stations in the Southeast. Up-scale interior finishes create a welcoming ambiance unlike typical gas stations. The owner is Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority, the development arm of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. James T. Martin, President and CEO of Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority said, “We are pleased to open another enterprise to service both our tribal community and the Atmore area. Developing our local economy through new business ventures helps to increase the number of local job opportunities. Additionally, opening the Creek Travel Plaza addresses the need for more retail options in our area.” Martin said. “The Exit 54 Travel Plaza is attractive both in design and function,” notes Stephanie Rolin of S. Rolin Construction. “It promises truckers a first-class facility in which to enjoy a leisurely meal, hot shower, and cinema entertainment. We're honored to play a role in bringing respite to these hard-working men and women.”