Celltherm has provided the coldroom facilities for the prestigious Golf House Restaurant at the Trump International Golf Links near Aberdeen in a project overseen by local kitchen house Instant Catering Maintenance.
The German-owned firm provided coldrooms for the Temporary Clubhouse and the conversion of MacLeod House to a new hotel.
Celltherm carried out a full site survey at the site prior to providing a quotation and completed a full design brief to deliver exactly what Instant Catering Maintenance needed for this prestigious project.
With the MacLeod House kitchen, the coldrooms had to fit in a very confined space in the cellar with limited height and difficult access, which required Celltherm to produce customised panels to overcome the site access and space issues.
The refrigeration equipment also needed to have a very low noise level to avoid disturbing guests at the new hotel development, prompting Celltherm to specify units that rate below 30dba at 10m.
“The flexibility offered by the UK’s smallest modular increment size of 175mm in three different heights from stock means we can supply over 600 different standard sizes from our Narborough facility near Leicester,” said Celltherm’s James Connolly.
“Celltherm provides a full bespoke design and build service which is offered on a swift lead time from the German Parents manufacturing facility in Gronau, Germany. This has allowed Celltherm to offer coldroom solutions where design and operational challenges may have excluded others.”
Alastair Stuart, sales director of Instant Catering Maintenance, says it brought Celltherm into the project due to the breadth of their offering and the use of CFC-free polyurethane panels.
“Not only do they practice environmental sustainability in the way their coldroom panels are manufactured, but they also worked with us to make sure that the installation and operation of the coldrooms will have a positive environmental impact,” he said.