Chester-based C&C Catering Equipment went to a familiar venue for one of its latest projects. The Conwy Culture Centre in North Wales was of particular significance to the distributor’s team, as it formerly housed Ysgol Bodlondeb (Bodlondeb School), attended by co-founder Enid Kitchin.
Following the demolition of this venue, a brand-new catering facility was required, and C&C Catering Equipment, along with subsidiary companies C&C Catering Engineers and C&C Catering Fabrications, were all involved with the Conwy-based project.
Work at the North Wales site consisted of creating professional commercial catering facilities in the kitchen and servery area to provide food and drink offerings for visitors to the cafe, based inside the brand-new heritage centre hub.
Brands on the scheme included C&C Catering Fabrications, Gram, Smeg, Hatco, Dualit, Lincat, Samsung and King Edward, with Wynne Construction as the main contractor.
With involvement from C&C starting at the early stages of the Conwy Culture Centre build, 3D images were created by its drawing office in order to provide a clearer idea of what could be expected in the catering space, as well as providing an opportunity for the client to better understand the details and make any desired changes.
The team reported it ensured a high level of customer service was offered by assisting the council in its discussions with potential operators, and then working with the end user to tweak the design so the operation ran smoothly once the vendor had been selected.
Project manager Andy Pace commented: “It’s been great to have worked at a site which is so meaningful to the company, and to have been involved in this great project along with the rest of the C&C Group.
“Seeing the scheme being created from a literal hole in the ground into the impressive facilities it is today is fantastic, and we’re pleased to have provided the commercial catering facilities for this North Wales venue.”