Church bells ring for Inox Equip


Inox Equip has added another cafe fit-out to its collection after answering a brief to design, quote and deliver a quality high street coffee shop.

Kairos Coffee is a soon-to-be-opened coffee outlet owned by Shirley Baptist Church in Solihull and comes six months after a major investment in new church halls and community facilities.

Inox was given the task of overseeing the design, including ventilation, lighting and fit-out, as well as M&E works, flooring, counters and other amenities.

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It drafted an eight-week track-back programme, detailing the key timelines for the various tasks to be undertaken, such as wall linings, power and plumbing, in order to keep the client fully aware of the schedule.

On receipt of the order it mobilised its build team and set to work with meetings arranged with the client at key stages during the project.

Equipment from Gram, Hobart, Mechline, Parry Fabrication, Unox and Valera was used for the job, which was completed on time and on budget.

“The Church found Inox Equip Ltd offered the most innovative solution to make the best use of the space available and most importantly to enable the church to offer a quality high street offer and a one stop design and build project,” said David Robertson, regional director of property and infrastructure at Capita.

The project follows on from Inox’s successful delivery of a coffee shop and cafe for the Library of Birmingham.

Kairos Coffee is set to open for business on Monday 19 May.

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