Historic handover at the IBCC
Garners Food Service Equipment recently completed the first charity-run project of 2018 – the International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC).
Built to honour the RAF staff who served in World War 2, the IBCC in Lincoln has been an ongoing project since 2013 and used over five hundred volunteers during the build process.
Garners were brought on in 2016 to work on the Chadwick Centre’s café. We designed, supplied and installed the commercial kitchen, store rooms and servery. The café aims to serve an extensive menu of locally-sourced dishes to the hundreds of daily visitors, ranging from primary school students to WW2 veterans.
Serving as both a museum and a visitor centre, the IBCC’s café needed to be adaptable and suited to cater to a broad range of customers – we achieved this by supplying multi-purpose equipment and providing extensive training to the staff.
Alongside the Chadwick Centre, visitors can see the memorial spire and a wall of names commemorating the 58,000 men and women who died serving Bomber Command – visit their website for more information.