Case Studies

Nisa – Saltburn

This derelict store in Saltburn, North Yorkshire has been transformed into a brand new Nisa Local Convenience Store. The store, formerly a car showroom, will be run by North East Convenience and is set to create up to 15 jobs in the local area.

The main focus of the project was energy efficiency, sustainability and visual appeal to complement the local demographics and heritage of Saltburn a tourist area. Our team commenced construction work in December and had all works completed within the two week time frame.

Tasked with implementing the new Nisa Local store from design to delivery, the shopfitting team, led by Steve Barber, set about producing a new ceiling, shopfront, flooring, stud walls to entire stair section, roof pillars and roof spraying, two centrally locked auto doors and the bricking up of the side window to create visual appeal.

The next task was to deliver sustainability. The engineering team installed a Franchill split pack for noise reduction and energy efficiency which involved a split pack compressor room, split pack fans on the roof away from site of the local neighbourhood and an outside split pack fan location. All refrigeration and air conditioning equipment installed into the new Nisa Local store was ECA approved, using the most advanced energy efficient technologies on the market.

  • - December 2016
  • - Saltburn, North Yorkshire, England
  • - Complete re-fit
“I am completely overwhelmed with the end result, it surpasses my expectations. The team worked so hard to complete on time and the quality is outstanding.”

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