A kitchen refit at Willerby Methodist Church, near Hull in East Yorkshire.
Willerby Methodist Church Hull.
Church kitchen re-fit
Due to the church wanting to provide hot meals for the congregation on their leisure days It was decided by the client that the kitchen would be re furbished and brought in line with current standards. This was to include the removal of all wooden units, re-fitted with stainless steel and the fitting of hygienic wall and floor coverings. Also to update the ventilation system with the ATL ECO LOGIC heating control panel and extract canopy.
Our in house design team produced a CAD Drawing and specification for approval by the client and the environmental health officer. The drawing was altered after our first design meeting to suit the church volunteer’s requirements.
Once the drawing and specification had been approved it was handed to our project management team who liaised with the churches’ own project manager to organise delivery and installation of the kitchen.
ATL assigned an experienced and dedicated project manager to ensure the project was completed on time and cost with minimum supervision from the client. our project manager ensured our own team of engineers where working to the highest possible standards and met the completion deadline.
The work consisted of:
- Stripping out the kitchen and preparing services for 1st fix
- Replacement of all pipework in the kitchen.
- Replace all wooden cabinets with stainless steel benches, sinks and racks.
- Fit new equipment by premium manufacturers Hobart and Falcon.
- Fit new extraction canopy with indirect gas fired fresh air system, controlled by the ATL ECO LOGIC heating control system and merlin gas safety interlock panel.
Once completed the project manager conducted a handover meeting and a project completion folder. This contained all of the relevant certificates to ensure the complete satisfaction of the client.
ATL completed delivered the project on timescale and cost.
"This year saw the new kitchen at Willerby Methodist Church being installed by ATL Kitchens. This had been about 3 years in the planning with several different plans being submitted by the church to ATL.
This was because at first it was decided only to upgrade our current kitchen but then it was decided to extend the kitchen. During this time Lisa Graham showed great patience with the church and was always most cheerful when she came down to show us new plans and give us suggestions for alterations for when you get three or four people making the decisions at the church it is very difficult to please everyone.
Eventually a plan was agreed and dates set for commencement. Unfortunately, because of building problems this caused delays but ATL were extremely understanding with this and worked around the church dates fixing new dates as we went along.
The Kitchen was fitted to a very high standard and the workers doing the fitting were all very obliging and understanding.
The finished product has been well received by the members of the church and we would certainly recommend ATL to anyone else who wanted a kitchen fitted."
Stuart Hickson Willerby Methodist Church