Integrated property services and project delivery specialist Styles&Wood has completed a raft of refurbishment projects for low-cost family clothing retailer, PEP&CO.

Initially contracted to work on seven key locations for the retailer, Styles&Wood has delivered projects in Ashton-under-Lyne, Birkenhead, Bolton, Coventry, Ellesmere Port, Hemel Hempstead and Stretford. This work follows the appointment of Styles&Wood to PEP&CO’s refurbishment framework in April 2015.

Styles&Wood completed the projects, which included the strip out and refurbishment of existing retail units, in addition to the installation of merchandise display units, creation of changing rooms and new data points for cash desks, in under seven weeks.

Andy Shaw, Operations Director at Styles&Wood, said: “We have a great deal of expertise working across the retail sector and were well placed to support PEP&CO on its recent expansion. Working in a fast-paced, live working environment can pose its challenges, particularly when it comes to avoiding disruption to surrounding retail units, but our team worked closely with the client to ensure the smooth delivery of each project.”

Simon Singleton, Chief Operating Officer at Pepkor UK, the retail group behind PEP&CO, added: “The team at Styles&Wood has a clear understanding of our sector and this ensured work was completed to a very high standard, while their efficiency in working simultaneously across a number of sites has allowed us to bring PEP&CO to a number of key retail locations in a timely fashion.”

PEP&CO is a new low-cost family clothing retailer with 50 stores across the country.

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