Chester’s C&C Catering Equipment has confirmed that it has picked up two major projects with the University of Liverpool.
The distributor said this week that the two jobs were “very different” in nature.
“These two projects are 250 miles apart, with one under development in Liverpool and the other in the heart of London,” explained project director Paul Parry.
“They cover production facilities, student bars, foodservice areas and a cafe at the Student Union buildings in Liverpool and the university’s latest international facility in London. We are delighted to have won both projects and to be working with the university.”
News of the latest wins caps a busy few months for the company.
Recent work has seen it fit kitchens for a well-known online retailer’s new London office accommodating 1,600 staff, the Nationwide Building Society and Savills Plc. Both of the latter projects spanned multiple floors and required careful delivery scheduling due to their central locations.
C&C has also completed major catering projects for the Salvation Army’s UK headquarters and Burberry’s HQ in London, while work on Deutsche Bank’s new offices in Birmingham is due to be completed this month.