Caltex required a fast-track (3-week) program on works that typically take a minimum of four to five weeks to deliver. Modus had to demolish existing bathrooms including walls, set up a temporary service counter, and construct new accessible toilets and install new 21CC specification joinery to the retail area and service counter. All this had to be done while ensuring the site’s ability to trade was unaffected and customers and staff were kept safe.
Modus committed a team of full-time staff and contractors to take charge of the project and to ensure key deliverables were met ahead of time and beyond client expectations.
Modus ensured open lines of communication were established between the team and key stakeholders. Co-ordination around the erection of hoardings, completion of demolition and noisy works were all planned and pre-approved with Caltex and the site franchisee. This ensured minimal impact on staff and customers.
Temporary public toilets were provided for the duration of the project to minimise customer inconvenience and a temporary service counter was installed to allow the site to trade unhindered while the new joinery was measured, manufactured and installed.
Within a very limited timeframe Modus delivered a high-quality solution that allowed Caltex customers easier amenities access and much-improved service areas.