Specific delivery requirements differed from the usual time allowed for deliveries and forced C&C to deliver the equipment into a limiting and unfavourable delivery period of 6pm until midnight. Eight 7 and a half ton vehicles were used to deliver all fabrication and equipment. Mark Roxburgh was there throughout the delivery and installation and attended all run up meetings to ensure that the project met the expectations of the customer.
Installation was also complex but due to the experience of Paul Parry and Mark Roxburgh this did not limit what C&C Catering Equipment Ltd could supply for the customer. After delivery of the equipment and fabrication, the delivered goods were then allocated to the correct floors which were chosen as the 31st, 32nd and 33rd floors of the Broadgate Tower, London. Installation was also made difficult for C&C with the cold room/freezer rooms’ pipe work needing to be fed to the very top of the building to feed the remote compressors. This was made more difficult due to the fact the Broadgate Tower was still being finished.
Throughout the project, CAD Drawings were uploaded onto BIW and checked daily by C&C’s CAD department for feedback and alterations to match the customers’ requirements.
C&C worked very closely with consultants Tricon visiting the site together to overcome various small anomalies. C&C also worked in conjunction with ISG and all the subcontractors to complete the project on time, on budget and on spec.
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