I hope that you have had a relaxing summer break and that you’re feeling refreshed. At Datum we had a busy summer period, and are very happy to echo the recent reports that our economy continues to grow and thrive.
We continue to win a variety of work with both new and current clients, and I am delighted to bring you news of a selection of our recent appointments.
One of those recent projects was to re-fit the Canary Wharf Shopping Centre store for upmarket chocolatier, Charbonnel et Walker, working with one of our long-term clients, London-based CADA Design. We have worked with CADA on a number of projects in recent years and we always look forward to working with them.
We are also working with Galliford Try on the new Subsea 7 headquarter building in Sutton and we have just been appointed to fit-out a new store for upmarket jewellers Winsor Bishop in Cambridge, working closely with Norwich-based Paula Gundry Design.
The main focus for our latest newsletter is the work we have recently completed at The Grove, the 5-star luxury hotel and spa, near Watford, which is home to the England football team. Earlier in the year we were appointed by main contractor, Galliford Try, and as a result of the quality of the work on our first project at The Grove we have been appointed to work on a subsequent phase in the Amber Suite.
We hope to bring you news of the completed Charbonnel et Walker scheme in our next issue of Data and in the meantime we look forward to the opportunity of discussing your next project with you.
As always, I look forward to answering any questions or providing more information about the services we offer.