SSP is the multinational British business behind familiar brands such as Upper Crust, Café Ritazza and new to the market James Martin and Paul Hollywood outlets. Each project for them involves a large element of bespoke development, making clever use of space, inventive use of materials and every opportunity to deliver an outstanding, branded experience.
SRL were commissioned by Fileturn, an innovative interior fit-out contractor, who were working on behalf of Glendola Leisure to fit out a new Alston Bar and Beef, a Glaswegian restaurant set open its second steak house in Manchester’s Corn Exchange.
"SRL delivered a full package for us here – from the briefing meeting, through design, fabrication and seamless installation, we now have a solution that has delivered everything it promised, and addressed the need to increase ticket sales significantly."
"We approached SRL to help develop a bold look for our new Paul Hollywood brand, and their innovative approach has made what seemed like an aspiration into something we can achieve, cost-effectively and relatively simply. That ‘can-do’ attitude makes all the difference when we really need to explore what’s possible, where we need to stand out."
"As well as delivering something functional and well-formed, with the capacity to cope with massive numbers, they never seemed to lose sight of the need for a space that said everything we want to say, as TfL. It has to do a lot, as well as reflect our brand. And SRL did that."