Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland firm McCue Crafted Fit wins two London jobs

By Rachel Martin

Co Antrim firm McCue Crafted Fit has struck two multi-million pound London deals to fit out Ten Trinity Square - a five star hotel most recognisable as the MI6 office in James Bond film Skyfall - and luxury apartment complex Lillie Square in Earls Court.

The work includes Ten Trinity Square's spa, French and Asian restaurants and function rooms, in addition to the clubhouse at Lillie Square. Les McCracken, McCue Crafted Fit managing director, said: "These are excellent projects for McCue. Ten Trinity Square is a beautiful building which deserves the utmost attention to detail, whilst Lillie Square is a highly exclusive development which will demand an incredibly refined fit-out.

"With Ten Trinity, we have our work cut out as there are numerous pre-existing features in the building which are to be preserved and enhanced. The focal point, the Rotunda Lounge, incorporates an updated glass dome that was originally built to emulate that of nearby St Paul's Cathedral. It is a very interesting project.

"Lillie Square is an exceptional modern development which requires a distinct approach. Both projects are exciting for different reasons and represent the breadth of fit-out work that McCue Crafted Fit can undertake."

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