Butchery Production Facility Extension, Bristol

John Sheppard Butchers

Background 

John Sheppard Butchers, a fresh meat supplier of over 60 years, constructed an extension using vacant space between their two existing buildings on site in Bristol. They required an additional three chillers within the newly-built butchery production facility for product storage.

Process

Using our decades of experience within the food & drink industry, Stancold worked closely with the appointed architect to carefully develop the design of chilled storage units. Through thorough site surveys, we were able to provide advice on the most suitable materials for the build.

Our work followed the installation of a resin floor by others and concluded all the construction elements of the new-build extension.

Project Delivery

Stancold successfully supplied and installed 685m² of Kingspan Quadcore insulated panels to form three food-safe chill stores within the new butchery production facility. This was accompanied by hinged and sliding chiller doors, a single-hinged personnel door and a one-hour fire-rated personnel door.

To separate the office space above from the new food-safe production area, the team also installed a one-hour fire-rated ceiling using Eurobond Mineral Fibre 100mm panels.

This was yet another project where Stancold demonstrated superior technical and industry knowledge to create a custom-fitted hygienic facility.

Andy Connell

A great local project demonstrating our expertise in food-safe systems

Sam Glover, Stancold Contracts Manager
LocationBristol
Building UseButchery
Panel CoreQuadcore; Mineral Fibre
Panel SupplierKingspan; Eurobond
Panel Thickness80mm, 100mm
Panel Requirements685m²
ServicesMulti-Discipline Integration
Efficient Installation
Full Project Management