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Retail Store, Aldi

Craddys have worked across all areas of the retail sector, including multi million pound retail park developments for high street brands, and supermarket stores for an internationally renowned discount retailer.

We have familiarity in working on retail projects throughout the entire duration of the development. We like to get involved with projects at an early stage, this allows us to assess risk and develop accurate early scheme designs, thus helping the wider project team develop an accurate and realistic cost plan.

Aldi store
1b London Road, Pembroke Dock
1c London Road, Pembroke Dock

Aldi Store, Pembroke Dock

New Aldi food store in Pembroke Dock with access arrangements. The store comprised a steel frame structure on shallow foundations with a vibro improved sub grade, value engineered to omit piling. The site formerly housed a petrol station and coach service yard, with contamination and remediation issues to overcome during the build

Aldi Store, Redruth

Civil and structural design of a new food store in Redruth, with formation of a new access off an existing roundabout and footway improvements under a Section 278 agreement. Steel frame on shallow foundations, on the site of a former petrol station with associated contamination issues.

2b Close Hill, Redruth
2a Close Hill, Redruth
2a Close Hill, Redruth

Faringdon Retail Park, Oxfordshire

This new development includes two new retail premises, Aldi and Waitrose, as well as a Costa drive-thru coffee shop.

Brewery Square, Dorchester

Phase 2B of an extensive city centre mixed-use masterplan on a brownfield former industrial brewery site. The development consisted 2600m2 retail accommodation in 15 units, as well as 146 apartments and 168 underground parking spaces.

Junction 3, Bristol

An award-winning mixed-use development in Easton, Bristol. It comprises a new creative learning resource centre including a library, 60 unit residential development consisting of flats and town houses and retail and commercial space including meeting rooms, workspace units, a community centre and crèche. All incorporating sustainable, energy saving materials

Cheswick Village, Bristol

This development consists of of 137 residential units with car parking, landscaping and infrastructure, as well as retail units, a gym, restaurants, bars, cafés and other high street activities. The site also provides a 44-bed retirement apartment/ assisted living unit and a nursery.