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CEDA reveals finalists for 2021 Grand Prix Awards

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The winners of CEDA’s Grand Prix Awards will be announced at the association’s gala dinner on Thursday 25 November.

CEDA has unveiled the shortlist for its 2021 Grand Prix Awards.

The accolades recognise and highlight the best projects carried out by CEDA members in 2020. The association’s distributors that have excelled in project management and customer service are also celebrated with their own specific categories.

The finalists are as follows:

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Design Projects: Under £50k
Court Catering Equipment Limited – Harrods Beauty Bar, Lakeside
Court Catering Equipment Limited – Copthorne Hotel, Chelsea Football Club
Vision Commercial Kitchens Limited – The Compasses Inn

Design Projects: £50k – £200k
CNG Foodservice Equipment Limited – Bike & Boot
Sprint Group Limited – Coppa Club
Court Catering Equipment Limited – Soho House Farmhouse
GS Group Limited – Birmingham Symphony Hall

Design Projects: £200k – £500k
CNG Foodservice Equipment Limited – Gilpin Lodge
Instock Ltd – Unalome
Vision Commercial Kitchens Limited – Wentworth Garden Centre
Vision Commercial Kitchens Limited – RHS Gardens Bridgewater

Design Projects: Over £500k
Advantage Catering Equipment Limited – Unita Quattro
Space Catering UK Limited – Battersea Cats and Dogs Home

Outstanding Customer Service
GS Group Limited – Somerset Care
Vision Commercial Kitchens Limited – Ego Restaurants
Vision Commercial Kitchens Limited – HMS Host, Manchester T2

Project Management
Sprint Group Limited – Tortilla
Advantage Catering Equipment Limited – Elwick Place

The awards judges, John Savage and Ron Neville are in the process of carrying out site visits to talk to operators and assess the quality of the work carried out.

The winners will be announced during the CEDA Conference Gala Dinner on Thursday 25 November at The Majestic Hotel in Harrogate. From the six category winners, an overall victor will also be revealed, taking take home the Sir Donald Thompson Cup. The winner of the CEDA Rising Star Award 2021 will also be crowned.

Furthermore, the CEDA Legacy Awards will be announced at the association’s conference dinner on Wednesday 24 November, at the same location.

Adam Mason, CEDA director general, commented: “Despite the pandemic, the Grand Prix Awards have been very well supported by the membership. Our judges, John and Ron, have once again given their time generously to work through each and every application and make some difficult decisions.

“I really look forward to discovering this year’s winners, and celebrating not only them but this fantastic industry as a whole and how we have all worked so hard, together and apart due to Covid-19, over the last year.”

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