Muntons PLC suffered a large fire which caused significant damage. This resulted in the shutting down of a key element of the production of malt. This well established company needed to continue working during the rebuild and therefore a considerate cooperative relationship was essential.
This project was completed in two phases. Works comprised of rebuilding the malt bins and adding a new building. The structure of this build was unique and required a collaborative working relationship with the skilled engineers at Perega. A key factor of the works was running alongside a new 30 meter high malt production factory. This complex design required very talented workers who were able to recommission and rebuild to achieve a very complex design.
Working alongside operation
Close working relationship
Enabled machinery to be installed as factory progressed
The rebuild was achieved to a high specification. This very unique operation was completed on time and to the high standard that the client desired. Adamco was able to maintain a great working relationship, which allowed the job to progress quickly and effectively.
Adamco came to us to repair a badly fire damaged building. Adamco’s approach was impressive with lots of building know-how and capability on display. As we progressed, Adamco’s flexible approach was vitally important allowing us to continue safe production and also dovetail other contractor activity into our recovery plans. After completing their initial contract, Adamco were appointed to complete a new build that replaced another area damaged during our fire. We are really pleased with the overall finish and quality of the building now we have been living with it for 6 months and we are sure it will give us many years of great service.
Tim Wakeley, Muntons