The Cambridgeshire based specialist delivered and fully assembled 47 modules to form the 1,800 sq metre store in Dundalk, Southern Ireland.
The modular structure was erected on a site adjacent to the existing Dundalk store will be demolished and rebuilt.
The project began in the UK with the preparation of 47 pre-assembled volumetric component modules, measuring 14.4m x 3.3m x 4m. The units were then loaded and transported to Southern Ireland.
Once on site in Dundalk, each unit was dropped onto precisely laid concrete pad foundations, following a grid plan designed to ensure the correct configuration of walled and open-sided units.
Accio was responsible for delivering a fully connected, water-tight building with a footprint of 2,200sqm, which includes all ‘back of house’ staff and delivery facilities.
Additional units were also placed on the site to accommodate the separate butcher and pharmacy stores.
The Accio team started preparing and loading the 47 units in the UK on July 15 and the finished structure was handed over as a complete building ready for the Tesco fit-out teams on Friday August 2.