Grassform Installed Mesh for Carpark Case Study

Pub Carpark’s Mesh Installation

Grassform Group recently supplied and installed additional parking spaces for a major pub and restaurant chain.

Our exceptional services were required as the popularity of the pub/restaurant caused many customers to have to find parking elsewhere, due to the parking lots exceeding their capacity. This lead to a negative impact on the local residents as a result of customers causing major traffic issues around the venues.

Firstly, Grassform’s surveyors inspected each pub/restaurant site in order to accurately identify the areas for improvement or up gradation. These essential site visits enabled us to evaluate which products and solutions would be best suited to match the uniquely identified requirements of each site. Following this, our estimators produced a comprehensive report detailing full specifications of the labour required. Also, in order for a budget to be agreed upon; we carefully specified bills of quantities.

Grassform’s installation teams successfully carried out every project within the contracted timeframes. This in turn minimised any adverse effects to each pub/restaurant, and its customers.

Our client is excited for further business to be contracted with us during the next round of capex OR capital expenditure. Moreover, the pub/restaurant managers have reported a significant drop in parking and traffic complaints from local residents; thanks to our successful project outcomes. We are also pleased to say that the client has received an increase in sales from the additional customers. If you are contemplating installing or upgrading your car parking areas call us today on 01277 353686.

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