CTS working as Main contractor have help launch Sainsbury’s latest convenience store which located at Greengate Manchester. The programme commenced on 23rd January 2017, handing over on 17th February 2017 with the store launching on the 23rd February 2017. The works carried out by CTS Shopfitting Ltd and managed by Sainsbury’s PM David Roach consisted of a store fit-out of a builders shell which included installation of new signage, refrigeration cases, kiosk, checkouts, bakery and ATM. This new store is 2,936 sq.ft over one floor with a total retail area of 1,694 sq.ft.
The works carried out by CTS consisted of a complete store fit-out. This involved the installation of new signage, refrigeration cases, kiosk, checkouts, ATM and bakery. The store in total is 3,079sq.ft.
The store was opened today by Philip Barratt (Canon Precentor at Manchester Cathedral) with Mark Whittington and Mervyn Gledhill of Salford Central Food Bank, Store Manager Angela Taylor and store colleagues.
“I would like to say a big thank you the local stores who have helped train our new colleagues. Thank you to everyone who has helped me from the start right through up until our open day and beyond. I am looking forward to meeting and serving the customers of Greengate. The new store has also created 16 brand new jobs. Our colleagues are very excited for the opening and can’t wait to help make the store a success within the community.” - Angela Taylor Store Manager