C&C also supplied and project managed the installation of equipment for the new kitchen, serving counter and bar area. There were many meetings on site as general building work progressed and project management for the catering element was provided by C&C’s John Kitchin and Andrew Pace.
The difficulties of working in this remote and secluded valley location were compounded by the need to overcome major access problems. Since improvements to the single-track hillside roadways leading the new build were not yet completed, Andy had to liaise with the builders to have all the catering equipment delivered to site via a telescopic handler.
The following weekend to opening date a large wedding reception had been booked. John and Andy discussed this with the client and, to be absolutely certain that he and his staff were comfortable and had no issues, John decided to attend and C&C also provided an engineer to be on site throughout the day of the wedding party to handle any unforeseen teething problems.
The client Jim O’Rourke illustrates: “Numbers on our courses are up by 25%, Sunday lunches are fully booked week on week and we are attracting a range of new catered events. Our target of 12 weddings a year by 2013 will be met by mid-Summer this year and we now expect 20 weddings in 2010 with six already booked for 2011.”
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