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TRINITY WALK SHOPPING CENTRE- WAKEFIELD:


The 46,000 m2, £59 million Trinity Walk Shopping Centre in Wakefield West Yorkshire, described by Wakefield Council as “the most important City Centre development for more than 20 years”, boasts more than 40 stores and 1000 car parking spaces right in the heart of Wakefield, transforming the city into a sub-regional shopping destination.

Leslie Jones developed the architectural vision of the double-height units arranged along broad streets, including the partially-enclosed Main Mall, to frame the showpiece anchor unit at the eastern end- designed in consultation with future tenants, helped to ensure 80% of the establishment was let at opening.

We assisted the contractor with BIM for full construction proposals, developing details of the construction sequencing, highlighting how the project should be delivered. By digitally playing out different delivery sequences, reviewing and comparing different process flows, the most efficient and cost effective construction sequence can be determined.

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Your contribution on the project is very highly appreciated and you are showing high competence in you domain.

Wim van Roy, from Marine Harvest ASA

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