we always try to keep our car parks as fresh, clean and well kept as possible
(PRWEB UK) 10 January 2013
National Car Parks has recently carried out an overhaul of its Queens Road Car Park located in the popular town centre of Reading.
The seven hundred space car park has been a major parking location for many years for shoppers, office workers and university students and was due some minor renovations. The Project Director, Andy Reynolds took charge of the project and began painting each part of the car park including doors, stairwells and car park walls. Reynolds directed his team of painters over a period of days who finished the job efficiently, quickly and to the highest of standards.
Matt Thornett, Product Manager of NCP added, ‘we always try to keep our car parks as fresh, clean and well kept as possible and this does mean that some car parks like Queens Car Park require some maintenance every now and then. The renovation was carried out with the least possible disruption to our customers as possible and was a great success.’
The car park now has a fresh and clean look for 2013 in the hope that it will continue with its success in meeting the needs of existing and new customers.
NCP continues to implement renovations nationwide.
Founded in 1931, NCP has over 75 years expertise within the parking sector and has more than 600 car parks nationwide. With more choice than anyone else, NCP processes approximately 80 million customer transactions every year and prides itself on recruiting and training staff that are both professional and helpful. The firm also places a strong emphasis on being socially and ethically responsible, securing 100% of its electricity from green sources in 2010.