KCCJ kits out newly-built Battle of Britain visitor centre kitchen


Commercial kitchen design house KCCJ has kitted out a limited-space kitchen for the café at newly built Battle of Britain Visitor and Education Centre.

Working for main contractor Volker Fitzpatrick, KCCJ were brought in to install a small kitchen to service the café area of the new Battle of Britain Visitor and Education Centre.

Challenges entailed designing a kitchen with enough equipment to provide a varied menu whilst making it all fit into a very small space.

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Expected to formally open in spring next year, the state-of-the-art development will house a variety of museum exhibits, a cafe and gift shop, lecture theatre, plus additional facilities for schools, corporate events and functions.

The move comes after the Dartford-based distributor announced plans to continue its rapid growth by expanding its design department.

In May the firm added two new roles to its team: a foodservice consultant and a CAD technician.

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