Northern Irish dealer group Lindsay Ford is using a temporary building to continue trading from its Lisburn showroom, near Belfast, during a £2 million refurbishment programme.
The 3,229 sq ft temporary structure was provided by Spaciotempo and took just a week to install.
As a result, existing building contractors Felix O’Hare can continue their refurbishment work.
The temporary showroom is fully operational and features insulation, fully-glazed windows and retail flooring to accommodate vehicles and visitors.
It is also fitted with an alarm system to make sure the cars inside are protected.
Gregory Whan, general manager at Lindsay Cars, said: “It’s important there’s minimal disruption to the business by staying in the same location and the temporary showroom has enabled us to do this.”