3e worked with GMI Construction on the £22M regeneration of Clay Cross Town Centre. The project comprised a 60,000 sq ft Eco-store for Tesco, a PFS, 11 retail units, a Medical Centre and a bus station along with ancilliary facilities.
Refurbishment of Lookers VW Dealership providing a 40-car indoor showroom for used cars, as well as a 17-car showroom to display new vehicles.
The dealership also boasts a two lane drive-through facility giving direct access for service customers to the workshops.
Structural works included a new parts mezzanine, plant room mezzanine, drive through new lobbies and refurbishment of the façade.
Former petrol station refurbished into a 3 storey steel framed structure consisting of ground floor sales, first floor stockroom and upper floor offices. The elevations are a mix of cavity wall, flat panel cladding and reglit glazing.
3e provided structural and civil engineering services along with geotechnical services for the remediation prior to contsruction,
3e has provided a full range of engineering design services for new or extended Morrisons stores throughout the UK from Glasgow in the North, to Bridgwater in the southwest. The works carried out to the existing Burntwood store, (previously Safeway,) involving an extension to the front of the store to create a new café and entrance area and extension to the existing car parking.
3e were appointed on the new extension of the store retail space and additional rear warehouse extension including widening of the service yard.
Works were phased to allow full operation of the store during construction works. The first phase comprised the construction of a side extension to the existing building which would comprise additional retail floor space, audio and laundry areas.
The warehouse extension was the second phase, during this period the store extension was utilised as a warehouse allowing full unhindered operation of the existing store.
The development which was completed in 2008 is on a site with an escarpment to one boundary and the River Stour to another boundary and bisecting the site. An enabling works contract was undertaken to prepare the site for development which comprised of demolishing some of the existing buildings, recycling suitable materials for re-use, carrying out cut / fill operations and installing a concrete panelled wall adjacent to part of the river.