Leading construction firm Chalcroft, which has offices on Lynn’s Hardwick Narrows Industrial Estate, has just completed a major upgrade of a factory for a well-known cereals company.
The refurbishment project was for cereals and snack company, Jordans & Ryvita, at its food preparation facility in Poole, Dorset.
It involved Chalcroft dismantling the building’s façade, creating a new cladded frontage, converting the existing loading bay into a food preparation area and installing a new engineered floor and wash-down facilities.
The conversion project has provided Jordans & Ryvita with an additional 280m2 at its Dorset factory and will aid the continued growth of the iconic crispbread product range.
Ed Getley, Chalcroft contracts manager, said: “The work completed during this conversion project will play an important role in further improving The Jordans & Ryvita Company’s food preparation operation.
“Chalcroft has worked closely with Jordans & Ryvita, taking care to ensure the work will provide the most effective facilities. I am very pleased to see the project successfully completed on schedule.”
Chalcroft Construction is also experienced in chill and cold-store construction as well as upgrading distribution facilities. The company is able to provide bespoke solutions for a diverse range of construction needs.
Chalcroft has specialist experience of working for industries where hygiene is critical to their business, such as food and healthcare, and has built a portfolio of projects around the UK for wel-known brands such as Nestlé, Coca Cola and Heinz. It has recently completed a refurbishment project for Bespak in Lynn.
Mark Reeve, Chalcroft managing director, said: “This year, Chalcroft celebrates its 35th anniversary and in that time, our business has built new multi-million pound factories and temperatur- controlled production facilities, chill and cold stores, industrial and commercial units as well as the upgrading and refurbishment of existing facilities.
“We are proud to include Jordans & Ryvita in our list of clients.”