Site Location & Department: The Boot Inn, Orleton, Shropshire
Date of Project: June 2019
Project Leader: Mike Nixon
Project Summary: Design and install new commercial kitchen for a 17th century village pub purchased by The Community Benefit Society after being closed for 18 months.
The Abraxas Solution
Once planning had been passed on the listed building, Abraxas was chosen to design and install a fully functioning commercial kitchen, and extraction system to be compliant with current regulations. Due to this being run by the community benefit society, this was truly a special project that all the villagers had an interest in.
The Project Installation
What did we do?
We provided an initial survey and design proposal working closely with the chair person of the committee to address all the issues that we were facing working within the guidelines of a listed building. A full design and quotation was then submitted and approved for the project to go ahead.
What did we install?
Rational Combi Oven
Extraction & Ventilation System
Floor Standing Fryer
Plate Warmer Cabinet
Additional Free Standing Equipment
How long did the process take?
Due to the nature of the Boot Inn being a listed building, and with issues that needed to be addressed along the way, this took approximately 5 months from the initial design to completion.
How many staff were on the project?
- 1 x Design/PM
- 3 x Engineers
The Benefits to the Company
How has Abraxas made an impact to the company?
This project has been a total ‘labour of love’ with the support and contribution from the villagers, and it has been an honour to have been part of this journey to bring the Boot Inn to life once again. We wish landlords, Chris and Hollie every success for the future!
Need a hand?
Do you need your extraction unit checking over? Or even need a brand new one? Our team will be happy to help guide you to find what suits you.
tel: 01562 863 222