C&C sets the bar higher after string of landmark kitchen projects

Tate Modern project

C&C Catering Equipment is targeting further financial growth in 2017 after recently celebrating its 35th year of uninterrupted trading and posting its strongest results yet.

The kitchen house is behind some of the best catering equipment facilities in the UK and last month bagged the title of ‘Distributor of the Year – Project Management’ at the Catering Insight Awards, with the accolade voted on by the industry.

Speaking about the firm’s plans for this year, managing director, Peter Kitchin, said: “As always, professionalism, honesty and providing a quality service will be at the forefront of all our work, from smaller local one-off jobs to multimillion pound projects around the UK. Along with our subsidiary companies, C&C Catering Engineers Ltd and C&C Catering Fabrications Ltd, we once again set ourselves the goal to grow financially year on year whilst appreciating our customers and our staff, and serving them both to the best of our ability.”

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C&C has undertaken several multimillion pound jobs for international organisations in the capital over the past 12 months. The most challenging of these larger projects involved the Tate Modern in London last summer.

“Catering facilities at the art gallery spanned over seven floors, with C&C also undertaking all of the high to low mechanical and electrical services and some ductwork off extract hoods, going beyond what we would normally do on a job,” explained Kitchin. “The protocols and systems at the scheme were a massive learning curve, and made C&C stronger as a company.”

C&C was founded in 1981 and prides itself on its honesty and integrity, which Kitchin considers a “significant strength” in a competitive industry. “We believe our significantly low staff turnover, increasing award wins, and projects for established organisations are testament to our dedication to an outstanding service,” he said.

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