Cardinal were applauded for their sterling efforts prior to the opening of the Marks &Spencer store in the new Trinity Centre, Leeds. Audas Project Management were keen to thank all of the contractors including Cardinal after a number of late changes increased the pressure to open on time.
Following years in planning and overcoming many challenges posed by the current financial climate, Trinity Leeds shopping centre finally opened this month. It was a big occasion for Leeds city centre as tens of thousands visited the centre on its first day
Trinity Leeds, named after the nearby 18th Century Holy Trinity Church, was a £350m project started in 2008 but the opening was delayed in 2009 due to the recession
The 1,000,000 sq ft site is built on the old Burton Arcade and Trinity Arcade, shopping areas built in the 1970s. Split over three floors and topped by a sweeping glass dome roof, the Trinity Centre is home to 120 shops with the third floor predominantly occupied by restaurants.