Case Study

Shell

Target

  • Re develop new filling station within 10 weeks
  • To reduce trading loss during closure
  • Reduce onsite works
  • Reduce Potential and Actual Hazards onsite
  • Reduce potential and actual incidents on site as they strive for “Goal Zero”
  • Reduce cost by implementing more efficient forms of construction
  • Reduce on going/future maintenance & operational costs
  • Efficient implementation of sustainable solutions

Result

Best Petrol Filling Station Development 2013

Following the delivery of the first petrol filling station retail outlet for Shell UK at Grimsby, the delivery team for the whole project were nominated for an award by APEA in November 2013 for the Best Petrol Filling Station Development.

  • Overall Site Delivery – 9.2 weeks original programme 16 weeks
  • Modular Shop Installation – 4 days
  • Trading back to pre-closure levels within 3 weeks of re-opening
  • 90% of the shop fit out undertaken off site
  • Reduction in overall man hours on site from 1350 hours to 450 hours for the shop element only
  • Quality – Little or no snagging
  • Health & Safety – Reductions on number of potential hazards / actual hazards
  • Final account agreed prior to install, little or no variations
  • Little or no maintenance required during the 18 months of opening
  • Shell Global Design Standards achieved and now tailored around efficient implementation of modular solutions

Project Specification

  • Size – 175 sqm – 250 sqm
  • Scope of Works –
    • Feasibility design
    • Modular manufacture
  • Timescales – 9 weeks
  • Build Method – Modular construction