Cooper BMW shows off with new temporary building

By June 5, 2014 Automotive, Retail
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Cooper BMW is showing off with a new temporary building at its Durham dealership on Broomside Park. The 300 square metre building looks like the dealer’s existing showroom from the outside, which is currently undergoing an 18-week refurbishment programme.

Having the temporary showroom allows Cooper BMW to not only carry on trading during its building works but also to maintain a standard expected for a dealership of this calibre.

The building is of the highest specification available, is fully heated and has a double shop front with extra secure roller shutter doors to ensure the optimum security level is guaranteed.

“Some people mistake temporary for flimsy, which is just not the case,” explains Scott Jameson, Managing Director at Spaciotempo. “Our temporary buildings are as secure as any traditional permanent structure and can be used to house £50,000 cars just as effectively as they can £5 components. They are secure, durable yet can still look aesthetically impressive with the right design and planning.”

Cooper BMW Durham is the only approved BMW dealership in Durham and has been located at this site on the Belmont Industrial Estate for over five years. Cooper BMW is run by the Inchcape Group, which has 18 BMW dealerships across the UK, making it the largest BMW retailer group in the country.