Heathrow’s Terminal 4 is now home to a new Rolex Boutique. The exquisite retail space is the most recent in The Alan Nuttall Partnership’s work at Britain’s busiest airport.
This is the second Rolex store by Nuttalls at Heathrow Airport, where they have acted as the main contractor. Playing an integral part in the planning and installation; responsible for the full strip out of the space, back to the core shell and then to complete the fit out of the boutique.
To deliver a high quality project in such small space with the additional controls and working restrictions of the airside airport environment requires expertise in planning and programming, skills which Nuttalls have demonstrated they excel in through the all-round successful delivery of this showroom.
Martin Lee, Aurum Holdings Ltd.
The project scope included completing a pre-start survey, create drawings. Handling co-ordination of contractors completing hoarding, building the new internal walls, ceilings, preparing the project for the mill-work contractor; finishing the look, with the fitting of bespoke doors, floor finishes and decorations.
Close management of the project ensured that both the client and Heathrow Airport’s exacting requirements, were met. Other projects for Aurum Holdings Ltd by Nuttalls include; Watches of Switzerland, Mappin & Webb and Goldsmiths brands.
Nuttalls, who are celebrating 50 years of success in 2016, continue to grow their extensive portfolio of work with the UKs airports. The team are now onsite at their next Heathrow project.
Already recognised as one of the UK’s leading shopfitters, The Alan Nuttall Partnership Ltd specialises in interior fit-out, main and principal contracting, retail display design, manufacture and installation of fixtures, signage, foodservice and refrigeration equipment for retail, commercial, hospitality, leisure, foodservice and the public sector.