Retail

Co-op Tamworth

The project involved extensive re-modelling of the Anchor Inn Public House in Tamworth to convert the building into a retail shell unit ready for fit out by the Tamworth Co-operative.
Co-op Tamworth

Key Information

Project
Co-op Tamworth
Sector
Location
Glascote Road, Tamworth
Contract
JCT Minor Works
Value
0.54M
Client
Punch Partnerships (PTL) Ltd
Client Agent
Ritchie & Ritchie Architect LLP
Architect
Ritchie & Ritchie Architect LLP
Engineer
Peter Brett Associates LLP

The initial design intention was to retain the existing front façade whilst demolishing the balance of the building and using traditional a traditional construction to provide a revised footprint, better suited to the operations of the business whilst also retaining the original character of the property.

Following the propping and retention works for the façade, demolition of the existing elements and commencement of new construction, the client made the decision to replace the retained façade.

Design adaptions were made to make ensure that the new front elevation of the building maintained the aesthetic properties and charm of it’s predecessor whilst achieving the performance benefits of modern materials.

With the site located adjacent to a canal, a busy road and residential development to 3 sides, planning of construction activities was key to the success of the contract. With little external space around the building vehicle movements and material storage was constantly assessed to reduce the impact of the construction activities on the local community.

Modern design and fresh interiors

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