Stancold’s food projects team have reported another successful contract completion in South Yorkshire.
Supporting a nationwide bakery manufacturing group as part of the business’ reinvestment strategy, their existing muffin production facility was undergoing a reconfiguration that required upgrades in order to meet the current food safety standards.
The scope included new food-safe wall linings around the perimeter of the production space, column encasements and forming openings for access points. Working to our client’s design and budget, Stancold’s Divisional Development Manager, Patrick Ball, was able to value-engineer an approach that included repurposing existing doors.
Patrick and our Senior Contracts Manager, Sam Glover, conducted a site survey to confirm all aspects of the works and meet with the appointed project management consultant. As an operational facility, our installers would be working around existing manufacturing equipment on site so mapping out provisions for this was necessary prior to the start date.
The scope itself encompassed approximately 600m² of Kingspan Quadcore panelling, complete with a food-safe finish for wall linings and over 20 columns. This was alongside a roller shutter, rapid rise door and several fire-rated personnel door options.
This was a great first contract with our client and we look forward to working together going forward.
To discuss your upgrade options when it comes to food manufacturing facilities, get in touch with Patrick Ball on 07768 670 150 or send us an enquiry.