WilcoxBurchmore uses feng shui approach for academy project


There was no school holiday this year for the design and installation team at WilcoxBurchmore, as it fitted a new kitchen for the Ark John Keats Academy in Enfield.

Featuring a ‘feng shui’ Whiterock servery wall which matched the counters – the colour inspired by the school logo – the distributor also revitalised the kitchen with new prime cooking equipment, a cold store for deliveries and installed a new servery area.

The school has re-taken control of its own catering and is bringing fresh food back for its pupils.

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Meiko’s K200VAP rack transport dishwasher is now handling the school’s mixed load of ware including trays, crockery, cutlery and kitchenware.

Wilcox Burchmore director, Cathy Wilcox, commented: “We chose the Meiko K200 following a recommendation from Meiko regional sales manager, Robin Macaulay. Robin went into site after I gave him background briefing and ‘boom’ he put the design together.

“Our builders did a meticulous job taking out a wall, putting in a false side, so the dishwasher was against a solid side, and our ventilation guys put the hood up. Very nice job and the client is very happy.”

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