The internationally-renowned Lloyd’s building, home of Lloyd’s of London and its 705 employees, will reap the benefits of what CDG describes as a ‘cutting-edge refurbishment’ to its historic coffee house, food hall and dining area.
The project will see the amalgamation of the three areas with increased seating to create an all-day eating and retail space. The end result will see the creation of a contemporary, high-end space in keeping with its City environment, but with a classic feel that showcases its key historical references.
Meanwhile, in Cambridge, Marshall Aerospace, the UK’s leading independent aerospace company, employing over 1,600 staff at its headquarters, will see a full refurbishment to its dining area and servery, together with the creation of a new coffee bar space.
The original facilities which are currently located over two separate rooms, will be renovated to create one large dining space spanning 397m2.
Mancunians will see CDG demolish the existing restaurant, shopping area, hairdressers and shops at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust for a transformation of the catering facilities that will see the creation of a restaurant and coffee shop offering 171 covers for staff and members of the public.
Finally, the Honesty Group’s first boutique hotel and restaurant, The Crown and Garter in Hungerford, Berkshire, will undergo a full refurbishment and high specification fit-out to its existing kitchen to support a new menu offering for customers.
The kitchen space will increase from 28m2 to 82m2 and be capable of servicing up to 300 meals each day. Facilities will include hot, cold and bakery prep areas, dry store and walk-in cold rooms, together with a staff changing room.