Revamped city diner is a northern light

ABERDEEN city centre’s fast-food landmark has been given an extensive £550,000 makeover by Pacific in just 26 days.

The McDonald’s restaurant in the city’s famous Union Street was re-designed to the company’s Wood & Stone image.

The project involved front-of-house as well as back-of-house works and included an all-new kitchen, allowing the diner to operate within McDonald’s “Experience of the Future” concept.

The new look and feel involved (front of house):

  • Retiling of all floors
  • Replacement of glass and balustrades to the stairs
  • New counters, panelling and furniture throughout
  • New ceilings
  • Removal of old kitchen and replacement with new
  • New doors
  • New lighting throughout (external and internal)
  • Three new toilet urinals and cubicles
  • Rewiring of CCTV
  • New fire alarm
  • Decals

Back of house:

  • Laundry room
  • Meeting room
  • Office
  • Crew room
  • Manager’s office

A McDonald’s spokesman said: “The McDonald’s in Aberdeen city centre has undergone an exciting transformation.

“These major developments will lay the foundations for current and future changes to the McDonald’s menu and service experience.”

Pacific Building Managing Director said: “The city famed for the Northern Lights now has something else beaming out from its heart – and that is a fantastic, re-imaged McDonald’s.

“Congratulations to our team for completing yet another stunning project.”

The restaurant also features touch-screen kiosks and on-table tablets for the use of customers.

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