With the expansion of the Toomey Group, further development across the 12-acre site followed. Following the acquisition of the Nissan franchise, George Martin led the design and construction of Nissan in 1995 which provided showroom, workshop and associated space. The ‘new’ property replaced the ‘Nissan tent’ which served as a dealership in the interim period. Soon after, in 1997 the Toomey Renault dealership followed. In 2002, a section of the Vauxhall workshop was demolished allowing the construction of the Peugeot dealership. George Martin lead the expansion of the site culminating in the conversion and extension of the Citroen dealership in 2013.
Alongside the construction projects, George Martin has overseen multiple projects to improve the external areas for the Group. Works have been varied and include expanding the car parking provision, hard and soft landscaping, the introduction of smart controlled LED external lighting and various corporate signage projects. As part of the manufacturer’s corporate image requirements, each dealership has undergone extensive refurbishment to update and improve the customer experience. Each of these projects has been led by the experienced George Martin team.