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Second Phase of Food Manufacturing Extension Confirmed for Stancold

Stancold are pleased to announce a new project due on site soon within the food & drink industry. Following the successful completion of smaller works on the same site earlier this Summer, it was a natural progression to be awarded the fit-out package of the larger second phase by the project’s main contractor.

Due to continued growth, we are helping the South Wales-based international food ingredients supplier remodel existing unused space on site in order to better suit their changing operational needs, as well as undertaking large-scale expansion works.

Phase one saw Stancold undertake the installation of a WIP store and blast chiller, which included all hygienic panelling, insulated flooring and stainless-steel sit-on kerbs within an extended area of the facility. The upcoming second phase will take place in further extensions on either side of the existing building, where our team will construct new hygienic rooms including an assembly area, despatch office and ambient store. This will be completed using over 3000m² of Kingspan Quadcore panelling, utilising a white food-safe internal finish.

Stancold’s responsibilities also include working around a mezzanine floor within the existing area, creating openings for dock leveller installation and seamlessly integrating sectional doors into the loading area.

The team have worked hard throughout the project’s design and planning stages so far, value-engineering a solution that not only takes into consideration the end user’s budgetary needs, but also a specification that meets the operational needs of the facility. This meant offering different panel systems and finishes to find the most suitable.

We look forward to reporting on the progress of the works once they are underway.

To discuss any aspect of an extension or renovation project within your food facility, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Stancold’s food & drink specialist, Sam Taylor, or send an enquiry here.