Staff at one of the North-East’s busiest car dealerships have moved into a home from home while their permanent premises undergo a major refit – in the shape of a temporary car showroom.
Cooper BMW Sunderland has transferred its retail operations into a 300sqm temporary building, supplied by Spaciotempo, while a six month project to expand its outlet and bring it into line with BMW’s new corporate image is ongoing.
The temporary building, which was installed earlier this year, is fitted with a mixture of uPVC and 20 glazed panels, accompanied by a glazed double entrance door to give the showroom a welcoming and professional feel. The temporary car showroom is also fitted with a heating system, flooring and a roller shutter door.
There is enough room for Cooper BMW to display four cars and around a dozen motorcycles, while partitioning throughout the rest of the space has been used to create a series of offices.
Scott Jameson, director of sales at Spaciotempo, said: “It is testament to the quality and appearance of our temporary buildings that we can provide a fitting environment in which to showcase a premium brand such as Cooper BMW.
“That, and the way in which we create comfortable surroundings for customers and staff, demonstrates why temporary buildings are becoming more and more popular as temporary outlets for retailers.