Porsche Centre Preston has celebrated the start of the installation of the steel which will form the Centre’s main structure.
The steel structure will give motorists passing the site on Watery Lane, their first indication of the scale of the new 43,000 square foot Porsche Centre. When it opens, the building will feature a 35-car showroom and a 13-bay workshop. There are also two customer handover bays; two Direct Dialogue Bays which enable Service Advisors to demonstrate the scope of technical work from every perspective; and, also EV charging points.
Bowker Motor Group Chief Executive, Paul Bowker, said: “The steel structure gives the whole project a sense of reality. The computer images our designers generated during the planning stage give a great indication of how the whole area will be regenerated. But raising the steel structure is a proud moment and the first visible step in the transformation.”
Porsche Centre Preston is scheduled to open in spring 2019.
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