Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction: Channel Islands Construction Focus.
In this edition we take a look at The Hook; we speak to Mora Restaurant & Grill Restaurant Manager, Andre Moreira about the transformation of the restaurant; and we celebrate the success of Guernsey’s £80m Airport 2040 upgrade.
Situated on the seafront of St Peter Port, The Hook is a fantastic sushi, steak and seafood restaurant that has been making a name for itself since the summer. The Hook fired up its ovens for the first time in June 2013 and so far the feedback has been extremely positive.
Meanwhile, located at The Quay, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Mora Restaurant & Grill is a captivating dining destination which includes a brasserie, bar and restaurant. At the beginning of 2013 Mora underwent a magnificent makeover, radically redesigning the layout of the ground floor to better accommodate guests.
Having traded with its new look throughout 2013, Premier Construction caught up with Restaurant Manager, Andre Moreira to find out how important this project has been to the restaurant.
Commenting, Andre said:
“The refurbishment presented a massive change to the way our diners think about Mora. People used to come to Mora just to have a meal, but now they come for food, to have fun and have a few cocktails and they are very happy with the change.”
And finally, Guernsey’s £80m Airport 2040 upgrade has been completed two months ahead of schedule. Originally planned to take 22 months and finish by the end of 2013, the works were completed in October.
With all this and more, please join us as we continue to celebrate projects across the Channel Islands.