• 11 December 2014

intu’s Lakeside Food Court wins BCSC Gold Award

We are proud to announce that intu’s £9 million re-development of Lakeside Shopping Centre’s food court has won one of British Council of Shopping Centres ‘Gold Awards’ for best Catering and Leisure Destination.

Waterman has been actively involved in the development initially generating the client’s brief and employer’s requirements for the shell works which included enhancements which ranged from its lighting via the use of long span timber beams to alterations to balustrades to increase heights for adjacent seating and new floor finishes. Waterman also oversaw the successful fit-out, including two with mezzanines.

intu’s food court redevelopment creates a vibrant new dining zone for visiting shoppers and forms part of the company’s first step in the transformation of the 1.4 million sq ft intu Lakeside shopping centre.

David Hung, Senior Associate Director at Waterman commented; “We are extremely proud of being part of the winning team and that in presenting an innovative and clean structural design for the food court has helped intu secure such a prestigious award.”

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