Arthur McKay was delighted to win the contract for the first phase of the major refurbishment of John Lewis’s Edinburgh branch.
This was a complex and challenging project, from start to finish, given that we were working in a live environment throughout and the client had specified there was to be no commercial downtime. Therefore, Arthur McKay needed to consider all operational factors and risks involved – keeping the store trading, whilst safeguarding public safety at all times.
Not only was Arthur McKay tasked with re-configuring services within the store, but its engineers were also challenged to transfer all the power supplies in the branch from the old switchroom to the new one, whilst the store continued to trade; a complex, but not insurmountable challenge for our team!
On successful completion, we received the following feedback from the client:
“It’s easy to underestimate the amount of work that has gone into this under difficult conditions, so a big well done to all the team on this milestone!”
Toby Marlow, General Manager, Engineering and Environment, John Lewis Partnership
To find out more, see our Project Case Study.
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