Porsche Centre Preston has appointed Preston-based Warden Construction Limited to build the new 43,000 square feet Porsche Centre in the city.
Demolition began on site at Watery Lane in July and has now been completed. Construction work is due to commence with the new Porsche Centre opening in Spring 2019.
Warden Construction Limited was founded in 1954 and specialises in construction, refurbishment, development and maintenance solutions across a whole range of sectors. The company recently built the AFC Fylde stadium complex at Mill Farm in Wesham.
Bowker Motor Group Chief Executive, Paul Bowker, said: “Congratulations to Warden Construction. We are looking forward to working with them as Porsche Centre Preston takes shape."
The multi-million pound investment in the new Porsche Centre Preston will create over 30 jobs, and will be the 40th Porsche Centre in the UK network.
For Warden, Managing Director Richard Kenworthy commented: “Everyone at Warden is delighted to be working on such a prestigious retail development. It’s an area of Preston that many of us have driven past all our lives. That’s why we are proud to be part of building Porsche Centre Preston, which will transform the area.”
The designs for the new Porsche Centre Preston were prepared by Preston-based architects Cassidy and Ashton and features 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 scope of technical work from every perspective; and, also EV charging points.
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