We have recently begun work as CDM Co-ordinator on the latest in a programme of new store roll outs and upgrades for the Japanese restaurant chain, YO! Sushi.
The most recent scheme, located in a grade II listed building in the heart of Chester, Cheshire, follows the successful launch of our first project for the restaurateurs at the UK’s newest shopping centre, Trinity Leeds. It is the third of a roll out of stores across the UK which will include a new development at Heathrow’s Terminal 2.
Typically, the restaurants are to be located within existing retail complexes and Edmond Shipway’s role involves ensuring that any local issues effecting the development area are taken into account as well as highlighting and addressing any special requirements with the project team. In addition, it is their responsibility to guarantee that the design considers potential safety issues that could impact on the staff and public, as well as managing the lifetime cleaning and maintenance concerns. On the Terminal 2 project, the team will address specific security requirements throughout the design process and manage the particular risks associated with working in a highly sensitive airport location.
We have also created a bespoke ‘YO! Sushi Building Manual’ which is now to be used as a standard template for this type of development by the group across the UK.
Commenting on the scheme, David Stevenson, our Managing Director said;
“We are delighted to be involved with these developments working with a hugely popular brand. Our appointment to the roll out is further testament to our project safety team’s excellent track record in the field”.