The latest redevelopment for Valli Forecourts was project managed by our very own Charlie Moreton and his team of engineers and joiners. Finished to an exceptional standard, within time and budget, we would like to thank Valli Forecourts for choosing The Jordon Group as their fit-out specialists.
The Jordon Group are thrilled to have worked alongside Applegreen and Welcome Break on their latest Service Station fit-out on the M42 in Birmingham.
Equipped with many leading brands such as Starbucks, KFC, Krispy Kreme, Burger King and The Great British Bakery (to name a few) the hungry traveller should travel no more!
Finished on time and within budget, Hopwood Park Service Station is a real gem and definitely one to visit.
We are thrilled to have recently completed the full fit-out on this new petrol forecourt in Hollinwood, Manchester. Everything from the floor to the ceiling was completed in-house, within time scale and budget. Wishing the EG team the best of luck with their new forecourt which incorporates a Greggs, Krispy Crème and a Starbucks!
This extensive £100 million 90-acre development is due for completion by 2022 and will have a million sq ft of commercial space and aims to create 2,000 jobs.
Frontier Park which is being developed by our long-standing client’s Euro Garages will also have a 150-bedroom hotel, conference and banqueting centre and further 500,000 sq ft of commercial space.
Here at the Jordon Group, we are thrilled to have completed all fit-out works on the Petrol Forecourt which incorporates a Spar shop with Subway, Totally Wicked vaping concessions and a Greggs drive-thru outlet, just the third in Britain!
Work is now underway on five warehouse buildings with 400,000 square feet of space.
We would like to wish the EG team the best of luck with this outstanding development and thank them for the opportunity to be a part of it.
Alex Kenwright, development manager, said:
This petrol forecourt in Hardinxveld, which is in the province of South Holland, has been completely re-fitted to the highest of standards, within time schedule and budget. Eurogarages’ Retail Manager, Nicola Weatherley went to visit the site shortly after completion and had this to say…
In October 2018 we had the pleasure of completely re-fitting this forecourt store in Stourbridge, West Midlands. Project Managed by our Retail Design Consultant Steve Harris and his team of highly skilled joiners and engineers, they turned this run-down forecourt into a spacious, modern convenience store.
The reason for such wonderful comments is because of the fantastic array of American inspired goods the customers can buy from the Convenience Store and we had the honour of making this forecourt even more wonderful by completely re-fitting it! Now featuring food-to-go, healthy convenience goods, coffee, alcohol and fresh produce customers will be flocking!
Here at the Jordon Group we would like to wish Elliot and the team the very best with their new forecourt store.
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.
The Shell Forecourt at Birchanger Green Service Station, Hertfordshire was completely re-fitted to the highest quality standard. This busy motorway station includes services such as KFC, Starbucks, Waitrose, Krispy Kreme, Pappa John’s and the Ramada Hotel to name a few.
Work commenced 18th October 2015 and was completed on time and within budget. One of the main specifications of the re-fit was the importance of energy efficiency, saving costs and reducing emissions where possible.
Retail Design Consultant, Mike Perry of the Jordon Group made some informed recommendations on the best way to save energy for the client and a number of energy efficient products were chosen.
The sales area was increased to 108msq and feature 3 Costa Coffee Stations, a Deli 2 Go and additional Gondola Shelving bays maximizing on spend per transaction.
This service station has seen a two million pound investment and was officially re-opened by the chairman of Petrol Retailers’ Association Brian Madderson; also the local mayor, councilor, town crier and representatives from the Shell group.
The site features a Subway, a custom built Costa Coffee area with 2 machines and a grab and go section, a Fresh Bake bakery and also amenities such as a free cash machine and car valeting station to this NISA branded site.
Retail design consultant, Gareth Lowry advised the team of the most suitable and up to date product choices for the project. Stand out products included the Arneg Lisbona and the Arneg Brema, both the finest choices in terms of refrigeration. The refrigeration was complimented with the use of Arneg AMX 35 shelving.
Many other modern features were added to enhance the site such as ceiling rafts over key areas with focused down lighting, particular attention was paid to the color schemes to amalgamate the whole site and the Jordon Group worked closely with NISA to deliver their new “Store of the future” specification.
The team worked round the clock to ensure that the project was completed on time and within budget, resulting in an excellent example of a project tailor-made to enhance the customer experience.