Electrical refurbishment for Joe’s Coffee House Gatwick South Terminal
Long standing client, The Restaurant Group (TRG), commissioned Synecore to complete the electrical refurbishment of its latest airport development at London Gatwick South Terminal for Joe’s Coffee House.
The premises of the new eatery were transformed from its previous inhabitants – Apostrophe – to meet the design criteria of Joe’s Coffee House and its sister company, Joe’s Kitchen. Synecore took care of the electrical alterations that supported the new lighting design.
First, the Synecore engineers safely isolated and identified the circuits and removed the power points for decoration and cladding. New power sockets were fitted to units and the walls once the cladding had been installed.
All existing light fittings were replaced with new pendant lighting, spot lights and signage, while new feeds were required for track lighting. Once complete, Synecore carried out the necessary commissioning and testing of all the electrical equipment.
The electrical refurbishment was completed in just 10 days and was delivered on budget at £23k.
David Bennett from CMC, acted as project manager for TRG, he said, “Synecore provided yet another excellent service. The electrical alterations were performed very quickly and to a high standard, which enabled us to complete the refurbishment on time and on budget.”
TRG is the parent group of well known restaurant brands, Frankie & Benny’s, Chiquito, Coast to Coast, Garfunkel’s, Brunning & Price and Joe’s Kitchen. Synecore has been the M&E partner for several of TRG’s national roll out programmes, providing specialist mechanical and electrical designs, fabrication and professional installation.
David Bennett from CMC, acted as project manager for TRG, he said,
“Synecore provided yet another excellent service. The electrical alterations were performed very quickly and to a high standard, which enabled us to complete the refurbishment on time and on budget.”