Lockdown look back at our achievements

AS the COVID-19 lockdown starts to ease in the United Kingdom, and the Pacific team start to get ready for a return to work, we thought now would be a good time to remind everyone of some of  the company’s landmark achievements over the past year.

Back in May 2019, we completed the Hudson St Grill at Edinburgh International Airport. Inspired by New York’s Meatpacking District, the all-new restaurant hits you right between the eyes with its Big Apple-sized presence.

Also that month, we completed our third prestigious project at Wembley Stadium – the Centre Circle. This new exclusive membership area is situated at the half-way line and affords amazing views.

Then in July, we handed over the Melville Inn in Lasswade, Midlothian – a great spot for a bite to eat or a drink.

August saw the reopening of the iconic Lauder’s Bar in Glasgow, which was badly damaged by the massive blaze that destroyed numerous premises on the city’s famous Sauchiehll Street.

Up in Aberdeen in September, travellers at the city’s international airport got their teeth into an all-new continental diner created by Pacific – Bocco, meaning “mouth” in Italian.

December saw the conversion of a landslide retail unit at Glasgow International Airport to a new Marks & Spencer Simply Food store.

The start of 2020 heralded the announcement that Pacific had won the contract to deliver a second All Bar One at Edinburgh International Airport.

In February, the company started its first project in the education sector – delivering a new reception area at Edinburgh University.

The next big thing to shout about came in February when we started the creation of the massive all-new duty-free experience at Manchester International Airport.

Also in February, we constructed and fitted out to an extremely tight deadline two new facilities for Menzies Aviation at Glasgow International Airport – one a passenger-facing luggage office, the other a staff rest room.

To complete a double header at the airport, Pacific also delivered a new crew room for Jet 2.

The Toby Carvery at Lauriston Farm in Edinburgh looked a lot tastier in March after a major refurbishment of this popular local restaurant.

The company are now looking forward to getting back on site at various locations across the country where clients and the public alike can see extensive and impressive projects being brought to life by the best team in the business.

Pacific – we exist to build great things!

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