Royal London – Wilmslow
Royal London Case Study
Approximate Project Value: £100,000
Specific Areas of Work: Bespoke Counters/Housing and Flooring
What we did:
CPF in partnership with Lockhart Catering Design undertook a comprehensive strip-out of existing floor coverings and servery counters. These were neatly concealed from the remaining dining areas with clean and tidy hoarding panels which manage the working areas safely and efficiently.
The old flooring was replaced with a vinyl tile by Expona Design. Laid in a diagonal formation to clients specification gave a very pleasing look.
Large scale wall graphics have been put to good effect on the rear servery wall. CPF managed the installation along with various decorating works and modifications to the existing ceiling.
The new servery counters manufactured in-house by CPF constructed in hard wearing melamine faced MDF have been finished in a high-gloss white laminate. The simple appearance of the counter fronts are nicely contrasted with the rich texture of Corian Silver Birch worktops and further accented by solid Walnut presentation areas and display boards. Large island and cashiers units complement the servery counters being finished in a smart timber effect laminate from Egger.
The counters are all expertly combined with various items of hot and cold food display units varying from soup kettles, Ceran hotplates and large chilled wells.
Royal London also opted to have a timber effect housing incorporating a soup display area with undercounter storage and signage boards as well as an LED lit retail display with adjustable shelving. The housing allowed room for two large chilled multideck displays which complete the unit and give a sleek, neat and tidy appearance.
CPF built and installed a slate-clad nook to house a large pizza oven. Used as a central back bar feature this striking unit completes a comprehensive, high specification and high quality food service facility. A facility which our clients are very pleased with and which CPF are proud to have helped them realise.