Clifford Constructions completed the construction of a new six-bowser diesel stop on Horsley Drive even as the existing service station business continued to operate from a temporary structure at the site.

The BP Horsley Drive project involved the construction of a new diesel stop with a separate truck service area to meet the increasing demands for diesel fuel in the area. The existing two-bowser service station and liquor store generated high demand but was unable to service customers quickly due to the layout of the old premises, resulting in long queues along Horsley Drive.

Since the existing service station would continue operating during the construction of the new diesel stop, Clifford Constructions scheduled the project to maximise the operating time of the business. The client's business continued to operate out of a small structure while the bulk of the construction work was completed with no impact on trade.

Clifford Constructions co-ordinated with several sub-contractors on the site during the construction period, receiving appreciation from the architect, Chris Jones of MCHP Architects, for their well-organised and efficient processes.