SeftonHornWinch has revealed details of the latest high profile projects it has picked up, including a contract to design a catering facility at Stonehenge.

The consultancy firm, which is a member of the FCSI, has been chosen by English Heritage to design the food and beverage facilities for a new visitor centre planned for the famous Salisbury site.

Planning permission for new visitor facilities was granted back in 2010 and the main construction work was due to begin this month.

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As well as the catering offering, the visitor centre will contain exhibition and education facilities. It is located 1.5 miles away from the ancient stones and will feature a transit system to transport visitors to a drop-off point near the site.

SHW said it was working alongside architects DentonCorkerMarshall and construction consultancy Gardiner & Theobald on the project.

Kent-based SHW also announced this week that it has won a contract to develop the concept and detailed design for D+D London’s latest restaurant venture at Trinity Shopping Centre in Leeds.

The site will feature a restaurant with private dining room for 120 covers and a Grand Cafe with the capacity for 160 covers.

Both outlets will feature terraces overlooking the Grade II listed Holy Trinity Church, said SHW.

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