Wilson Vale signs new NHBC catering contract

15 December 2014 by
Wilson Vale signs new NHBC catering contract

Foodservice firm Wilson Vale has retained its contract with National House Building Council (NHBC) 10 years after it started working with the organisation.

The company first began delivering the staff catering contract in 2004 when the operation was originally across two sites.

The NHBC moved into purpose-built offices in Milton Keynes in 2010, where a team of seven Wilson Vale staff has managed catering services for 500 employees on site since the move. This latest two-year contract is worth £300,000 in annual turnover.

Andrew Wilson, co-founder and managing director of Wilson Vale, said: "Ten years on, we are absolutely thrilled with the evolution of the catering service and we continue to work closely with our client to develop it further to meet NHBC's expectations and requirements.

"Winning new business is great but retaining valued clients is even better because it reflects the relationships we hold and our ability to adapt to changing needs."

Andrew Searle, NHBC head of facilities management, said: "Over the past ten years we have seen our catering operation develop through the dedication, energy and genuine interest of the Wilson Vale team. We are confident that their consistent standards of good food and service will continue to take our restaurant to new levels."

Wilson Vale now has 80 contracts, mainly within the business & industry, independent schools and venue sectors. Current annual turnover is £19.5m and the company employs 550 staff.

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