AWESOME – that’s how Tesco have rated Pacific’s delivery of the new in-store Cafe at the company’s supermarket in Carlisle.
The plaudits came from Gregory Jones, Tesco Hospitality’s Building Development Manager, following the perfect delivery of the diner, which took just three weeks – despite the fact the store was flooded by Storm Desmond during the Festive period.
Mr Jones said: “I want to express my personal thanks to you all for delivering a first-class job that is essentially snag-free and a credit to the teamwork that has been evident in the last three weeks.
“It is hard to believe that following our first visit before Christmas that we are here today with a spectacular new offer in such a short period of time that the Café colleagues and Tesco customers will love.
“The phrases ‘well done’ and ‘thank you’ hardly seem enough to express my personal thanks and gratitude for the awsome job you have all delivered.”
The waist-high flooding closed the Tesco store – along with many other businesses in the north of England and southern Scotland – and the company had to build a temporary 10,000 sq ft shop in the car park.
Pacific Managing Director Brian Gallacher said: “It’s always nice to be appreciated when you do a good job but that isn’t always the case!
“However, Tesco have been good enough to recognise a project that was perfectly delivered and I thank them for that.
“My congratulations also go to the team who worked on the Carlise project – they can hold their heads high for proving that Pacific are among the best fit-out and construction companies in the UK.”
It’s not the first time Pacific have been praised by their blue-chip clients. In 2013, McDonald’s went out of their way to thank the firm for a superb makeover of a restaurant in Openhshaw in Manchester.