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Food industry construction specialists Clegg Food Projects have handed over a complex scheme to improve production facilities at a ready meals factory in Leicester Leicester (lĕs`tər), city (1991 pop. 324,394) and district, Leicestershire, central England. The city is connected by canals with the Trent River and London, and it is also a railway center. .
The R F Brookes factory at Wigston Park produces a range of pizzas, pasties past·ies
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The company called on the expertise of Clegg Food Projects to modify the existing sauce kitchen facility on the site while manufacture of its other products continued.
The project, which has also involved altering the internal layout of the factory and the installation of a new plant, has presented a number of engineering and construction challenges according to according to
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3. Stephen Giltrap, managing director of Clegg Food Projects.
"In order for production to continue we needed to create a network of temporary corridors on the site," he explained.
Work was completed in just 13 weeks and Giltrap added: "It is on projects such as this that our experience and expertise in working within the food industry really comes to the fore In advance; to the front; to a prominent position; in plain sight; in readiness for use.
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This work continues a relationship with Brookes that stretches back over several successful projects and is the latest in a series of specialist contracts the company has undertaken for a range of clients over recent months.
Clegg has completed a number of site improvements at a plant in Enfield for the country's largest supplier of flour flour, finely ground, usually sifted, meal of grain, such as wheat, rye, corn, rice, or buckwheat. Flour is also made from potatoes, peas, beans, peanuts, etc. Usually it refers to the finely ground and bolted (i.e. , rice and noodles noo·dle 1
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In a further significant project, Clegg has carried out a 1.1m [pounds sterling] cold store refurbishment re·fur·bish
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Contact Clegg Food Projects on tel 0115 841 3121 or visit www.cleggfoodprojects-eu.com