Pub and Carvery – part of the Greene King group

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Project Information

  • Themes

    Business continuity for a national brand, fast turnaround, an all-in-one electrical package

  • Duration

    12 months

  • Scope

    40 outlets across the UK

  • Key services

    Mains upgrade and refurbishment

  • The project

    Our client, Greene King is the largest pub retailer in the UK. They commissioned us as their electrical contractor of choice for two national electrical projects for approximately 40 Pub and Carvery outlets.

    We were contracted for the launch of Pub and Carvery and the roll out of this new national brand. The project included a number of major challenges which we successfully overcame. Fast-track conversions were needed for each acquired and rebranded pub, with the schedule requiring mains upgrade installations for kitchens to be completed within a tight ten days to two weeks.

    Further, the mains supply wasn’t adequate and at short notice we were able to provide a service to run generators for each carvery. This enabled each outlet to become operational while the full installation was still being completed.

    We carried out installations on certain days to work around operations. Efficient and responsive, our approach enabled each outlet to open on time and with minimum disruption.

  • Successes

    In 12 months the S&L Electrical team carried out installations all over the country including Kent, London, Newcastle, Wales, Bristol and Torquay. We have subsequently been commissioned to work on the first successful trial for a larger, million-pound refurbishment and mains upgrade project for Chef Inn Brews, and for which a roll out is being planned.

“I would have no hesitation in recommending S&L Electrical Ltd to any prospective client for undertaking electrical installation works on new build or refurbishment projects. They are consistently in our top 5% of suppliers in terms of KPI’s relating to service quality, standards and value.”

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