The Premier Group completes work on two Asda fuel stations in South Wales

The construction division of The Premier Group has completed work on two Asda petrol stations in South Wales.

The filling stations, now open for business in Llanelli and Tonypandy, were additionally awarded to the national specialist in construction and maintenance work as part of the Asda Framework in 2016.

The Asda Llanelli and Tonypandy sites mark the second and third projects that The Premier Group has completed for the supermarket giant.

Works completed at the sites included a fully automated petrol filling station in the area of existing car parks, landscaping works as well as a car park and road entrance works.

The Premier Group provided a number of different services to Asda during these two projects and was heavily involved in the pre-construction phase at the Llanelli and Tonypandy sites.

Steve Evans, managing director of the construction division of The Premier Group, said: "We are really pleased to be handing over these two new sites.

"Collaborating with Asda has enabled us to enhance The Premier Group's reputation of working with major supermarket chains to provide specialist construction and branding work.

"As this project was for new sites, we were able to showcase our ability to solve problems, offering improvements for the client while maintaining the highest standards of health and safety.

"Being based in Swansea, these projects were close to home for us and we are proud to have delivered our services to these local sites. This will help us to build upon our portfolio of construction works carried out in the South Wales region."

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