Smiemans takes care of Squire?s garden centre metamorphosis

by | Nov 19, 2017 | Business, Chains, News | 0 comments

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Squire’s Garden Centre commissioned Smiemans Projecten to completely rebuild its existing garden centre in Woking, near London. With a curved and a venlo greenhouse, almost 1,700m? of additional covered sales space will be created.

Through this expansion, shopping is very convenient for customers. The garden plants are covered by the new venlo greenhouse. In the curved greenhouse of the type HighLight additional sales space will be realised for various product groups.

At the same time, we will build a spacious new entrance and replace most doors. Through all this the garden centre will get a complete metamorphosis.

After the event, centre manager Ed said:

Our centre in Woking has re-opened with an impressive new look!

Following a significant extension the stunning new garden centre offers an inspirational plant area, complete with an outdoor canopy to keep you and the plants dry; and a much bigger shop, offering a wider choice of gardening products, gifts and furniture.

The Caf? Bar has also been extended and completely refurbished giving it a light and airy feel, plus there?s a beautiful outdoor veranda where you can sit and admire the plants. There?s now also a full waiting service, so you can order food and drinks from the comfort of your table

?Squire?s in Woking has been completely transformed yet still remains 100% true to our horticultural heritage.?It?s beautifully designed and landscaped to fit within the surrounding area, and truly retains its sense of place. As before I?m sure that it will be a great community hub, a place for family and friends to get together in comfortable and relaxed surroundings. So come and see our new look garden centre ? we very much look forward to welcoming our customers back, and to meeting new ones.??Sarah Squire, Deputy Chairman

Do pop in and say hello to our team.

www.smiemansprojecten.com

 

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