Like a perfectly controlled game of Tetris, the parts of this new, supermarket installations are falling into place in quick succession.
So much so that it looks like they will make the planned inauguration at the end of this month, as announced in July.
All kinds of craftsmen are beetling away, even on Saturdays; carpenters, brickies, metalwork, glaziers, electricians – you name it – all over its 3,474-sq/m of floor space.
Those of you who remember how the MacDonald’s restaurant went up next door to the present ADLI supermarket, will recall just how fast these food-chain outlets can go up.
The basement level covers 2,837 sq/m, the shopping area, 1,952 sq/m and the loading/unloading area another 1,521 sq/m. The budget was two-million euros for the building itself, and then you have the cost of the goods & furnishings (shelves, checkouts, freezer etc ) amounting to another three million.
The plot of land on which it sits, however, is leased, belonging to the Ariza family, which is also the case with Lidl.
As for staffing it, back in July they began the selection process and held it in the Casa de La Cultura, with the Town Hall’s permission.
(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia – JM de Haro)