TRIGG Case Study: Retail Construction, Caltex

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TRIGG Case Study: Retail Construction, Caltex
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TRIGG Case Study: Retail Construction, Caltex

The Project

We were tasked with demolishing an existing 8-lane service station, replacing the existing structure with a new 12-lane service station within 12 weeks. The project encompassed the construction of a new full-service gas station, with a shopfront, a retail centre, a forecourt and a canopy. 


The shop itself was slated to be a concrete tilt-panel construction, while inside the retail shop, we were required to construct a modern commercial kitchen for onsite food preparation and sale.



Key aspects of this build included:

  • Demolition of existing forecourt, lanes and retail structure

  • Construction of larger forecourt, larger store and commercial kitchen

  • Staying within the 12-week timeframe

  • Construction of a new canopy over 12 lanes

  • Containing the site and diverting and treating all run-off


The Challenges

Completing this project within the specified timeframe, regardless of unavoidable delays, proved to be a challenge. We managed to complete construction one week ahead of schedule regardless of these delays. The site itself was incredibly tight, being located on a busy section of State Highway 1. We needed to move underground tanks and fuel bowsers to a new location onsite, which was challenging, given the space within which we were working. The site itself needed to be completely contained, and all run-off needed to be captured and treated. We were working not only to our own safety standards and the owner’s specifications, but also to a larger set of safety procedures and regulations required by Chevron NZ Ltd.

Major challenges faced by our team included:

  • Relocating multiple underground storage tanks & bowsers

  • Containing, capturing and treating all run-off

  • Managing unavoidable delays to complete ahead of schedule

  • Erecting a solid canopy over 12 lanes

  • Completing all work to Chevron NZ Ltd regulatory conditions


The Outcome

A state-of-the-art modern, full-service petrol station with easy access from the main arterial route. Full concrete tilt-slab construction with a commercial kitchen and modern retail space. Open for business one week ahead of schedule, with all regulatory conditions met or exceeded and all environmental concerns managed professionally, to international standards. The space itself is light and modern, and provides a welcome rest stop on your journey. We’re very proud of this retail construction project, and our clients were also extremely happy with both the process and the time and financial budget outcomes.


What our client said

‘Trigg’s construction team managed this project efficiently and professionally at all times. Their safety procedures were strictly adhered to at all times, and met the stringent requirements of Chevron NZ Ltd without compromising this project.

I appreciated the fact that Darrell and his team were always available to deal with any issues that arose during this very tight time frame construction, and this contributed to meeting the required time lines.

Their billing systems is efficient and easy to follow, all queries were dealt with to my satisfaction.

Darrell fulfilled all the verbal assurances he gave me prior to construction and I have no hesitation in recommending Trigg construction to other prospective clients and wish him and his firm well into the future.’

Brett Price


Oakleigh Service Station

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