A wonderful new forecourt which boasts a full Nisa C-Store offer has officially opened in Hampshire.
The 35-year independently run Woolmer Service Station, owned by long time Nisa partners The Garner Group, underwent a complete transformation, which saw the site in Bordon, Hampshire entirely demolished and re-built.
The petrol station and forecourt were originally built in 1984 but in September last year work began to knock down and re-build a brand-new modern forecourt, boasting an impressive 2,000 sq.ft. Nisa store.
The Jordon Group had the honour of being the shopfitting contractors on this impressive project and the business re-launched at the end of March with the official grand re-opening taking place in the middle of April, ahead of the Easter weekend.
The new development has a full convenience store offer, two Costa Express machines, COOK freezers, a Country Choice food-to-go station, fresh sandwiches, Amazon lockers and PayPoint facilities.
The Jordon Group are delighted to announce the opening of the new Costcutter Windsor. This development was completed on time, within budget and with no snagging required.
Project managed by our Retail Design Consultant Paul Rosser and his team of highly skilled joiners and engineers, our thanks go to all colleagues involved in the programme during the two-week development period. We are happy to report that both Costcutter and Mrs Charul Patel are extremely complementary of the final outcome.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we are working safely within the recommended social distancing measures and working from home where we can. Our front line employees are safe and we are carrying out work of national importance to help keep our existing clients stores, forecourts and pharmacies open by installing Perspex screens and providing essential refrigeration maintenance. The business remains open at this time and we wish our clients past and present well at this difficult time.