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International restauranteur enlists DMA Group to deliver fabric and building services maintenance

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Guests at SUSHISAMBA’s iconic Heron Tower destination are now dining amongst its impeccable updated interiors following the appointment of property services specialist DMA Group, who delivered essential fabric and building services maintenance to one of London’s most Instagrammed restaurants ahead of life post-lockdown.

Famous for its world-class cuisine, SUSHISAMBA’s exquisite interiors and facilities are as important as the menu to its fine dining experience. By bringing its maintenance program forward during lockdown, the restauranteur has reopened smoothly to host months of delayed bookings and celebrations.

SUSHISAMBA’s exquisite use of light, glass and natural materials require specialist maintenance upkeep. From the 30-foot-high orange tree installation and 300 pendant lights adorning a striking bamboo canopy, to the exacting finish to the Japanese-inspired black and white geometric-tiled floor, every element must be meticulously serviced.

Appointed as the main contractor to deliver specialist flooring replacement, repairs and more general upgrade works, DMA co-ordinated with professional advisors, landlord representatives and specialist suppliers to plan and expedite the works during the challenges of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.

Steve McGregor, Group MD at DMA Group, said: “We are thrilled to see SUSHISAMBA delighting diners once more following what has been a turbulent year for the hospitality sector. Making buildings work is what we do – this project is the successful result of quick-fire planning by SUSHISAMBA and the commitment of our skilled team of project managers, surveyors and engineers.”

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