A Plant Trade Counters

Project Description

Client:   A Plant
Duration:   3-5 Weeks
Value: £110K
Architect:   Jason & Perry

Refurbishment of various A Plant trade counters and workshops nationwide including upgrading workshop space, offices, yards and signage.

Refurbishment of operational trade counters and workshop areas to update facilities and provide flexible workspace solutions for the hiring and maintenance of plant.
We also undertook fit our to new units to give market presence where time to opening was critical.

We utilised a specialist in house team to undertake the works and roll between sites, thus giving consistent project management to our client. The works involved upgrading workshop facilities in terms of lighting, installing specialist test benches, new staff facilities and front of house trade counters and office facilities The nature of the works was utilising standard specifications and this enabled us to deliver the projects efficiently in terms of programme, cost and quality by driving economies into our supply chain. ID Interiors utlised their roll out experience to target our clients main drivers namely speed to completion and minimal business disruption to ensure the projects were delivered successfully.

Client Statement

ID Interiors are a valued member of our supply chain and consistently deliver projects to our corporate standards.

Volvo, Kendall

Project Description

Client:   PV Dobson
Location:   Kendall
Duration: 11 Weeks
Value: £350K

Remodeling of an existing dealership to increase sales space and improve customer experience including rebranding to current standards as part of Volvo’s roll out. Works included increasing the showroom space, new customer facilities, new technician facilities, new workshop equipment and flooring and a kitchen.

Creation of client focused sales space and improvements to staff facilities in line with Volvo UK’s national roll out.
The project was fast tracked to cause minimal disruption to garage operation and included improving the retail space and creating visibility into workshop areas whilst maintaining the day to day operation of the dealership.

Utilising their own experienced management and workforce ID Interiors completed this project to the brand and client aspirations. The works involved significant internal remodeling including the demolition of a number of walls and diversion of existing services. These works were carefully coordinated and where possible undertaken out of hours allowing the dealership to trade throughout the project. ID Interiors utlised their wealth of experience across all fit out sectors to deliver an exemplary project to quality, programme and budget requirements.

Client Statement

We chose ID Interiors because of their previous experience in delivering projects of this nature. We were extremely happy with their approach to the project and have awarded them a second phase of works due to their commitment and willingness to work with us.

Primark, Nottingham

Project Description

Client:   Primark Stores Ltd
Location:   Nottingham
Duration: 15 Weeks

Refurbishment of the existing Primark Nottingham store including reconfiguration of the fitting rooms, cash and wraps, new wall paneling and the replacement of all centre floor equipment including full floorcovering replacement including the enabling and coordination of installing a new Costa coffee shop within the trading area.

The project involved the fast track refurbishment of an operational store to current brand standards. The works had to be undertaken on nights to allow the store to trade through the day and had to be completed within the 15 week project duration.

The works were split into 5 phases to allow fitting rooms and tills to be available during the works. These phases were carefully planned with the store via daily briefings and handed back to allow trading prior to the next phase commencing. Critical to the delivery of the project was the coordination of the sub contractors and in particular the shop fit contractor. This coordination was undertaken via weekly sub contractor meetings where works were discussed in detail and trades were all aware of the importance of finishing their elements to allow other trades access to the areas. ID utilised their dedicated retail management team and in house site operatives to deliver the project to Primark’s exacting quality standards.

Client Statement

ID have set the benchmark on the standard and quality of how a refurbishment project of this size and complexity should be completed

Primark, Wrexham

Project Description

Client:   Primark
Location:   Wrexham
Duration:   11 weeks

Refurbishment of the existing Primark Wrexham store including reconfiguration of the fitting rooms, cash and wraps, new wall paneling and the replacement of all centre floor equipment.

The project involved the fast track refurbishment of an operational store to current brand standards. The works had to be undertaken on nights to allow the store to trade through the day and had to be completed within the 11 week project duration.

The works were split into 3 phases to allow fitting rooms and tills to be available during the works. These phases were carefully planned with the store via daily briefings and handed back to allow trading prior to the next phase commencing. Critical to the delivery of the project was the coordination of the sub contractors and in particular the shop fit contractor. This coordination was undertaken via weekly sub contractor meetings where works were discussed in detail and trades were all aware of the importance of finishing their elements to allow other trades access to the areas. ID utilised their dedicated retail management team and in house site operatives to deliver the project to Primark’s exacting quality standards.

Client Statement

ID were chosen to deliver this project due to their knowledge and experience of delivering Primark stores nationwide. They understand our business objectives and recognise that projects need to be delivered to quality, cost and programme requirements.

‘Pioneer’ Programme

Commercial Experience...

Project Title: ‘Pioneer’ Programme

Client: The Co-Operative
Group

Project Duration: 6 Months

Project Value: £400k

Project Overview: 

Install mezzanine and fit out 2 level offices including stairs and curtain walling block.

Project Objectives:

ID Construction are proud to announce their first full programme of work with The Co-Operative Group, the UK’s largest consumer cooperative. This initial phase of work involves the replacement and upgrade of new branding/signage throughout 60 stores for the Midlands and North region over a 6 month period.

Working in live environments the team have carefully pre-planned all works with a real focus on safety and protecting the public whilst ensuring the store remains live trading and unhindered throughout their on site works. ‘So far so good’ and worthy praise has already surfaced based on the delivery teams’ efforts to date. One of the key successes for the IDC team has been the detailed pre-planning and the set-up of a centralised logistics hub where all products can be stored, checked packaged and distributed in a ‘just-in-time’ fashion to coincide with the exact site requirements.

The team hope this will be the start of a number of projects or phases of work with the most well known but progressive high street stalwart.

Client Statement:

Following a recent visit to a Pioneer store managed by ID Construction, the Director of Construction for Co-Op commented that he was impressed by the quality of the rebrand. He also mentioned that the store manager was highly impressed by the level of communication from all parties and the way the site operatives worked around the live store environment.