A Carrick firm has been listed among the industry’s best performers at the National Association of Shopfitters Design Partnership Awards.
McCue Crafted Fit took top honours in the leisure category for its refit of Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill in the luxury London hotel, The Savoy.
The project was part of a major two-year refurbishment programme for the 124-year-old venue which regularly counts royalty, world leaders and Hollywood legends on its guest list.
Named in honour of the hotel’s feline mascot, the art deco-themed Kasper’s reopened to critical acclaim last year.
Les McCracken, managing director of McCue Fit-out, said: “Kaspar has been the Savoy’s lucky mascot for more than 80 years and it’s nice to think that some of that good fortune has stayed with us.
“It is important for us to measure ourselves against the very best in the business and honours like the NAS Awards show that year-on-year we are continuing to excel in very competitive markets.
“This was a high profile project and we were pleased to be associated with such an celebrated restaurant. The Savoy is an iconic venue with a rich heritage and this project was a great opportunity for our team to show our capacity and capability to deliver for customers like this.
“The McCue team has completed a number of creative projects within the hospitality and leisure sectors in recent years, including The Savoy. These awards recognise the silver service that we give our customers and our ability to meet and set exceptional standards.”
The NAS has been representing the needs of the shopfitting and interior contracting sector within the global sphere of construction since 1919.