This month’s edition of Premier Construction celebrates the impressive work that is being achieved throughout the construction industry.
Located within Broadgate West, close to London’s financial district, Chrysan is the latest restaurant from fine dining experts the Hakkasan Group. The restaurant is set to open in September 2012 and will offer innovative and experiential cuisine, within an exquisite setting. Chrysan is a 130-cover restaurant comprising a dining area – including a chef’s table and private dining room – and NeNe, a stunning 30-seat cocktail bar. Feng Sushi is rapidly making a name for itself in Central London as a leading brand in fresh and ethically sourced sushi. With eight restaurants situated around the nation’s capital, the latest site to open is Feng Sushi Hampstead. Situated on West End Lane, the 52-cover restaurant is located within a four-storey building and comprises 36-internal covers, 16-external covers and a dedicated take-away service.
La Tasca is a Spanish tapas bar and kitchen specialising in freshly prepared food and as a result of customer feedback a number of La Tasca restaurants have recently received a makeover. The new La Tasca design incorporates bar dining – something which is very popular in Spain – along with an improved menu and a full Spanish wine list.
This month’s issue of Premier Construction also includes extensive coverage of the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2012. Pride in the Job is the only UK-wide competition recognising site managers who achieve the highest level of standards in housebuilding. All site managers registered for NHBC warranty are automatically entered into the competition and to date a Pride in the Job Award is the highest industry accolade a site manager can achieve.
On June 22 NHBC announced the names of over 400 top achieving site managers who were recognised in the first round of the Pride in the Job Awards 2012. Names were shortlisted from over 13,000 UK site managers who have all excelled in their field over the past 12 months. Park Wood Place award-winner, Geoff Ashton said: “The award is absolutely fantastic, I was surprised to be awarded it, but I’m really, really pleased about achieving this recognition. I worked for the NHBC for 14 years as an NHBC inspector, so I think that knowledge has definitely helped me as a site manager.”
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