In 1975, Dennis Gamba established Cranston Collision Center as a two-person auto body repair shop.
Over the years, reliable customer service combined with on-going investment in training and technology enabled the Gamba family to successfully build the business. In 1996, the family-owned repair shop moved to a new 2.5 million dollar state-of-the-art repair and service facility on Walnut Grove in Cranston, Rhode Island where it is located today.
Dennis’ wife, Sharon Gamba, is Vice President and has been with Cranston Collision Center since 1985. Their son, Dennis Dean plays an active role in management and customer service. The owner’s brother, Peter Gamba, is also involved in management, customer support, and upholding the quality standards of the company.
Owner Dennis Gamba personally selects and mentors all technicians. Each is I-CAR certified which means they receive ongoing “best in the industry” training. This equips Cranston Collision Center technicians with the advanced skills required to restore your vehicle to pre-accident operation, safety, and value.
Actively involved in civic and legislative issues, Gamba serves on the Rhode Island Auto Body Advisory Board which is responsible for the regulation and licensing of the auto body industry statewide and investigates complaints from consumers, the insurance industry and law enforcement.
Cranston Collision Center is a Sponsor of the Auto Body Consumer Help Line.