As you can see by the very contrasting images here, we were involved in this project from the very start! No only were we involved in what went in the kitchen but what the actual kitchen space
would look like.
Once we had worked with the client and their contractors to decide on the final dimensions of the kitchen area, we got to work designing a compact, user friendly kitchen layout. We worked with the
client's on-site electrician and plumber to ensure correct placement and sizing of services as well as offering advice on other aspects such as non-slip flooring.
The requirements for this project were to not only service the café in which the kitchen was situated but also to provide healthy takeaway meals for gym goers, (which is why there is no sign of a
Utilising refurbished equipment and fabrications our design included an all electric cookline comprising of an electric range, griddle, grill and bain marie, prep area with heated gantry above,
washing up/sink area with undercounter dishwasher and hot and cold servery/display section.
We also took on supplying and fitting the ventilation system for the café, where again, we saved on upfront cost by supplying a refurbished canopy alongside bespoke ducting and new fan and
controller. We also supplied and fitted the wall cladding, making use of both stainless steel cladding (behind the cookline) and white, plastic cladding on the other walls.
Finally we delivered on the installation of the kitchen before handing the completed kitchen over to the client, this involved installation of sinks and dishwasher, including running of new fresh
water connections and wastes, as well as the safe installation of the electric appliances.
By utilising refurbished equipment and extract canopy on this particular project we managed to save the customer a large sum of money compared to buying new equipment whilst still delivering a
quality service and attention to detail expected of a loal supplier.