Aberdeen Asset Management for Subway Restaurants, Bristol

Faircloth won the tender from Milton Keynes-based 3D Architects over other contractors located closer to the build site because of its solid reputation. The owners of the site had previously worked with Faircloth and requested the company be included in the tendering process.

Estelle Reeve, of Aberdeen Asset Management, said: "We have worked with Faircloth previously on the successful build of several retail projects, so we were pleased to invite them to tender on this project.ā€

Faircloth worked with 3D Architects and engineers Thomasons on this project to construct the glass and steel shell of the building, which is in a prominent position on a retail park on the A4 London Road, the main road into Bristol.

"It was a pleasure to work with Faircloth who proved to be a collaborative and efficient contractor, completing ahead of schedule. Faircloth were recommended to us by our client for their efficiency and they have not disappointed.ā€ Ken Wallace, Associate Director-3D Architects

ā€I would like to take this opportunity to say a very big thank you to all those involved in the project for Subway at Brislington. Everyone involved was totally professional. The fact that the project was completed prior to the due date bears this out and the quality of the work on the project was also excellent.ā€ Steve Pasco, Managing Director of new store

Client - Aberdeen Asset Management
Tenant - Subway Restaurants
Architect - 3D Architects
Engineer - Thomasons
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