Toby Carvery give Oldham outfit Medlock FRB the nod
Date published: 18 October 2018
How the refurbished Toby Carvery at Dodworth Valley will look
Leisure contractor Medlock FRB has been awarded six refurbishment projects by Toby Carvery as part of the dining chain’s modernisation programme.
Toby Carvery – whose strapline is the Home of the Roast – is owned by national pub and restaurant operator Mitchells & Butlers.
Mitchells & Butlers is a key client of Medlock, which has completed numerous fit-outs for its Miller & Carter and All Bar One brands.
Medlock has started work at Toby Carvery venues in Barnsley, Hull and Newcastle upon Tyne.
Each site is being revamped with new décor, flooring, screens and partitions, bespoke joinery and wall cladding.
The company is also refurbishing the kitchens, restrooms and terraced dining areas, as well as carrying out mechanical and electrical alterations, landscaping and installing new signage.
Further schemes are scheduled to begin later this month in Burton upon Trent, Cannock and York.
At the Toby Carvery Willerby site in Hull, Medlock is also refurbishing 32 en-suite bedrooms at the adjacent Innkeeper’s Lodge hotel.
Steve Taylor, Medlock’s head of business development, said: “Having completed projects for Mitchells & Butlers at numerous locations for its premium steakhouse brand Miller & Carter and All Bar One, it is a great vote of confidence in the quality of our workmanship to be handed contracts with two more of its successful brands.
“We look forward to developing long-standing relationships with the Toby Carvery and Innkeeper’s Lodge teams and are delighted to be playing a part in our client’s considerable investment in its property estate.”
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