Tricon Foodservice Consultants has acquired Grantham Winch Partnership (GWP) in a rare example of consolidation in the foodservice consultant space.
The Melton Mowbray-based outfit focuses mainly on the hotel and education sector and brings with it a wealth of new projects and clients for Tricon to take under their belt.
GWP was managed by Garry Nokes, a hugely experienced foodservice design consultant with over 35 years’ experience in the industry. He will join Tricon as an employee in our London office from Monday.
Mike Coldicott, managing director of Tricon, stated: “Garry’s arrival to the Tricon design team is a valuable and timely addition given his significant experience in the hotel, education and healthcare sectors and is further evidence of our ambition to provide strong design mentorship to the wider design team as we continue to grow and develop our business”.
Tricon is the UK’s largest foodservice consultancy, with a team of more than 40 staff. It has carried out projects at the British Museum, Tate Modern, Google HQ Dublin, The Rosewood Hotel and The Palace of Westminster.