Case Studies

Applegreen – Ludlow

This complete turnkey fit-out was completed within time and budget for Forecourt giants Applegreen. Every aspect from design to delivery was managed in-house and produced to the highest of quality standards.

Featuring a super modern Subway, food-to-go and large seating area, the customers of Applegreen in Ludlow are sure to be thrilled.

Applegreen – Spaldwich

This Applegreen project was a completely new build in which the Jordon Group focused on the joinery and shopfitting, flooring, ceiling, decoration, refrigeration, and air conditioning. There is a wonderful food to go area which incorporates a Subway, Greggs, Costa, and a seating area. The project took 5-6 weeks to complete and the results are outstanding.

Bents

Bents Garden Centre in Warrington, Cheshire has undergone an extensive £15m development over its 67-acre site. Whilst not forgetting their gardening heritage, Bents have created an environment that is no longer just focus on the garden but also encompasses home, life and food for a complete day out for everyone to enjoy. This impressive project has presented them with the 2017 title of Best Destination Garden Centre in the UK.

Owner Matthew Bent’s vision of his new development was clear from the outset. He wanted to create a visually alluring store which embraced sustainability. Choosing the Jordon Group as principal refrigeration and air conditioning engineering contractor made this vision a reality.

Refrigeration and cold rooms were installed in the food hall to create the butchers counter, the patisserie, the delicatessen, and supermarket.

Mitsubishi Air Conditioning was installed throughout to create the perfect temperature year round for shoppers, warming in winter and cooling in summer. The condensing units were fitted externally on the roof and completely hidden out of sight.

Heat recovery ventilation, also known as HRV, was built into the HVAC system and installed in every department and entrance to the store. HRV provides fresh air and improved climate control, while also saving energy by reducing heating (and cooling) requirements. The engineering work was skilled as each HRV installation was discreet, pipework hidden from view and external vents disguised behind the shop front signage.

A heat recovery system was installed which uses the waste heat from the food hall cold store to heat the hot water for use in store. The system is capable of providing 360 liters of hot water for every hour that Bents is open. Looked at annually that could be as much as 1,300,000 liters of hot water. The annual energy saving would be 80,000 kWh’s per year or put into sustainability terms 21 tonnes of carbon a year, truly embracing Mr. Bents vision of sustainability.

Branded

This new to industry store “Branded”is situated on the lower mall in St John’s Shopping Mall in Liverpool. Selling branded confectionery and drinks including breakfast to go, a wide range of delicious milkshakes and many different types of coffee including Starbucks iced coffee and Frapuccino. Branded offers the passing shopper a little piece of heaven mid-shop which is quick, convenient and reasonably priced. It just so helps that the store is visually outstanding at the same time!

Bury Black Pudding

Being the only manufacturer of Bury Black Pudding actually based in Bury, demand for this quality product is very high. The same black puddings served on Bury Black Pudding’s market stall now retail in Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-op, Spar, Morrison’s, Iceland, Selfridges, and Booker.

Due to such high demand, Bury Black Pudding carried out extensive factory expansions in order to extend their production facility. The Jordon Group played a large part in this development, enabling production capacity to increase tenfold.

The Jordon Group constructed and installed the new temperature control facility which included two preparation areas, one rolling rack storage room, one large deep freeze cold room, one storage cold room, a heat recovery system and food safe paneling in the offices.

Bury Black Pudding can now boast a reduction in its carbon footprint of 58 tonnes of carbon a year; with providing further savings on the climate change levy, they are absolutely thrilled with such positive results and extensive savings.

Center Parcs – Leon

The home of ‘Naturally Fast Food’, Leon’s menu is inspired by the flavours, variety and natural healthiness of Mediterranean cooking. With an extensive menu there is something for all tastes, ages and dietary requirements; Leon has even just launched the new LOVe Burger – a new and completely plant-based burger in restaurants across the UK and US, perfect for VEGANuary!

In the Summer of 2018 the Jordon Group had the privilege of completely fitting-out the new Leon restaurant at Center Parcs in Woburn Forest. From the floor to the ceiling, everything was done in-house. We’re sure the Center Parcs visitors will love it!

Chellow Heights – Bradford

The once 1,250 sq ft store went under intense refurbishment to be what it is today. Significant building works were carried out during the 14-week closure as the site was knocked down and completely re-built. The new look store is more than double the size it was and now offers a much wider range of chilled produce, while its energy-saving credentials have been maximized with a range of high-impact improvements.

Owners Rocky and Alison wanted a state-of-the-art store; something different than your everyday petrol forecourt.

Costcutter – Farnworth

The Jordon Group’s Retail Design Consultant Roddy Brooks managed the project, working closely alongside owner Baz Jethwa from start to finish. This was an extensive £400k refurbishment which we are very proud to say was finished on time and within the budget set. The most technologically advanced, energy efficient equipment was used, including leading Italian Refrigeration manufacturers, Arneg Refrigeration. Energy efficient, air conditioning, compressors and lighting were used throughout the entire project, keeping costs and environmental impact to a minimum. Intrac’s AMX 35 shelving was used for quality, durability and ease of manoeuvre, and a bespoke counter designed and installed.

Costcutter – Halstead

As preferred shopfitting contractor of symbol group Costcutter, the Jordon Group have transformed this new to industry Convenience Store from what was a ‘Blockbuster’ on Halstead high street.

Retail Design Consultant, Paul Rosser provided the project with the most energy efficient refrigeration, including ECA approved Arneg refrigeration, including both the Osaka and the Panama. Both cabinets combine attractive styling and fantastic reliability to make the perfect chilled display, both perfect choices for the new convenience store.

Applegreen – Ludlow

This complete turnkey fit-out was completed within time and budget for Forecourt giants Applegreen. Every aspect from design to delivery was managed in-house and produced to the highest of quality standards.

Featuring a super modern Subway, food-to-go and large seating area, the customers of Applegreen in Ludlow are sure to be thrilled.

Applegreen – Spaldwich

This Applegreen project was a completely new build in which the Jordon Group focused on the joinery and shopfitting, flooring, ceiling, decoration, refrigeration, and air conditioning. There is a wonderful food to go area which incorporates a Subway, Greggs, Costa, and a seating area. The project took 5-6 weeks to complete and the results are outstanding.

Bents

Bents Garden Centre in Warrington, Cheshire has undergone an extensive £15m development over its 67-acre site. Whilst not forgetting their gardening heritage, Bents have created an environment that is no longer just focus on the garden but also encompasses home, life and food for a complete day out for everyone to enjoy. This impressive project has presented them with the 2017 title of Best Destination Garden Centre in the UK.

Owner Matthew Bent’s vision of his new development was clear from the outset. He wanted to create a visually alluring store which embraced sustainability. Choosing the Jordon Group as principal refrigeration and air conditioning engineering contractor made this vision a reality.

Refrigeration and cold rooms were installed in the food hall to create the butchers counter, the patisserie, the delicatessen, and supermarket.

Mitsubishi Air Conditioning was installed throughout to create the perfect temperature year round for shoppers, warming in winter and cooling in summer. The condensing units were fitted externally on the roof and completely hidden out of sight.

Heat recovery ventilation, also known as HRV, was built into the HVAC system and installed in every department and entrance to the store. HRV provides fresh air and improved climate control, while also saving energy by reducing heating (and cooling) requirements. The engineering work was skilled as each HRV installation was discreet, pipework hidden from view and external vents disguised behind the shop front signage.

A heat recovery system was installed which uses the waste heat from the food hall cold store to heat the hot water for use in store. The system is capable of providing 360 liters of hot water for every hour that Bents is open. Looked at annually that could be as much as 1,300,000 liters of hot water. The annual energy saving would be 80,000 kWh’s per year or put into sustainability terms 21 tonnes of carbon a year, truly embracing Mr. Bents vision of sustainability.

Branded

This new to industry store “Branded”is situated on the lower mall in St John’s Shopping Mall in Liverpool. Selling branded confectionery and drinks including breakfast to go, a wide range of delicious milkshakes and many different types of coffee including Starbucks iced coffee and Frapuccino. Branded offers the passing shopper a little piece of heaven mid-shop which is quick, convenient and reasonably priced. It just so helps that the store is visually outstanding at the same time!

Bury Black Pudding

Being the only manufacturer of Bury Black Pudding actually based in Bury, demand for this quality product is very high. The same black puddings served on Bury Black Pudding’s market stall now retail in Tesco, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-op, Spar, Morrison’s, Iceland, Selfridges, and Booker.

Due to such high demand, Bury Black Pudding carried out extensive factory expansions in order to extend their production facility. The Jordon Group played a large part in this development, enabling production capacity to increase tenfold.

The Jordon Group constructed and installed the new temperature control facility which included two preparation areas, one rolling rack storage room, one large deep freeze cold room, one storage cold room, a heat recovery system and food safe paneling in the offices.

Bury Black Pudding can now boast a reduction in its carbon footprint of 58 tonnes of carbon a year; with providing further savings on the climate change levy, they are absolutely thrilled with such positive results and extensive savings.

Butlers Fine Foods – Wembly

We are honoured to announce the successful opening of this wonderful Independent Convenience Store, Butlers Fine Foods and Provisions on Fulton Road in Wembley, London.

Project managed from start to finish by our Retail Design Consultant Mike Perry, this new to industry store is a real show stopper. Situated on Fulton high street, opposite Wembley Stadium and underneath a high class hotel, this new c-store is sure to be a triumph.

Finished with the finest equipment, furnishings and decoration, we’re sure you’ll agree this new independent is outstanding

Center Parcs – Leon

The home of ‘Naturally Fast Food’, Leon’s menu is inspired by the flavours, variety and natural healthiness of Mediterranean cooking. With an extensive menu there is something for all tastes, ages and dietary requirements; Leon has even just launched the new LOVe Burger – a new and completely plant-based burger in restaurants across the UK and US, perfect for VEGANuary!

In the Summer of 2018 the Jordon Group had the privilege of completely fitting-out the new Leon restaurant at Center Parcs in Woburn Forest. From the floor to the ceiling, everything was done in-house. We’re sure the Center Parcs visitors will love it!

Chellow Heights – Bradford

The once 1,250 sq ft store went under intense refurbishment to be what it is today. Significant building works were carried out during the 14-week closure as the site was knocked down and completely re-built. The new look store is more than double the size it was and now offers a much wider range of chilled produce, while its energy-saving credentials have been maximized with a range of high-impact improvements.

Owners Rocky and Alison wanted a state-of-the-art store; something different than your everyday petrol forecourt.

Costcutter – Farnworth

The Jordon Group’s Retail Design Consultant Roddy Brooks managed the project, working closely alongside owner Baz Jethwa from start to finish. This was an extensive £400k refurbishment which we are very proud to say was finished on time and within the budget set. The most technologically advanced, energy efficient equipment was used, including leading Italian Refrigeration manufacturers, Arneg Refrigeration. Energy efficient, air conditioning, compressors and lighting were used throughout the entire project, keeping costs and environmental impact to a minimum. Intrac’s AMX 35 shelving was used for quality, durability and ease of manoeuvre, and a bespoke counter designed and installed.