- February 19, 2024
AW Construction is your one-stop contractor for fitout services. Working across the length and breadth of the country for some of the most well-known names on the UK high street and supermarket chains, we provide an unrivaled first-class service.
Whether working on a supermarket refit or a designer brand in a retail outlet, we are well versed and experienced in how to bring our exceptional skills to every project. Having completed dozens of fitouts, from individual projects to national rollouts, we have a wealth of knowledge and expertise.
Our services range from entire unit strip-outs and whiteboxing, to delivering fully finished units where shelves await new stock, ready for your new premises to open. From inception to completion, we can manage any planning application, offer a complete design and build package or carry out your designated scheme.
With an exclusively in-house workforce, we streamline projects and fully manage the whole process, giving our clients the assurance that the works are under our control and will be delivered to our exacting standards, on time and on budget. Having an in-house workforce allows us to be instantly reactive for new projects requiring immediate start on-site or changes to designs and requirements during the works. Our strength is our people. Our project managers and site teams are specialists in retail fixture installations.
We pride ourselves on our relationships with our clients, ensuring that the reputation of our clients remains intact throughout the work. In addition, we always work collaboratively with those on site, whether that be Shopping Centre Management Teams, Store Managers, Architects, all the way through to general staff on the ground helping us deal with any site restrictions, such as working hours, access, and logistical requirements, whilst keeping any noise and disturbance to an absolute minimum.
Working with our clients and their design teams, we ensure that the finished product meets those exact needs, whether installing new windows, doors, walls, ceilings, signage, lighting, joinery or making adaptions to facilitate any specific requirements such as disabled access.