Pursuing a new concept, ‘Freedom of Convenience’ Caltex is seeking to grow its consumer facing business in the convenience marketplace and gain wider engagement with consumers. Caltex’s Shailer Park service station required a major upgrade, to deliver this vision.
This included building extension, a complete shop fit out and, as assessed while the project was already on going, an entire new roof. A 12-week shutdown period was agreed upon, yet Caltex’s desire to get back to business as soon as possible pushed Modus to deliver ahead of schedule.
Despite the short turnaround time, Modus ensured open communication and outstanding teamwork between all parties, as Caltex would expect from an industry leader.
Modus formed a leading team with proven results in the fuel sector. Their expertise and ability to understand the brief saw Modus create a space that delivers the desired customer experience worthy of a market leader in the evolving convenience marketplace.
When major roofing issues threatened to compromise the delivery deadline, Modus, Caltex and the hydraulic engineering team ensured the entire roof was removed and replaced within four days.
Projects of this importance demand extreme diligence with regard to safety standards, as required by Caltex and Australian regulations. The entire project was ultimately executed with a 100% safety record. Modus handed over the fully renewed and expanded site to Caltex four weeks ahead of time and under budget.