Foodservice firm Servest Catering, part of the Servest Group, has won four new contracts amounting to more than £500,000 in total.
These are: Southern Water's second HQ at Falmer near Brighton; construction company Travis Perkins's distribution centre in Northampton; Roberts Bakery in Cheshire; and the Oldham site for cavity pump manufacturers NOV Mono.
Servest has already been operating a full catering service at Southern Water's Worthing HQ site for the past five years. The new Falmer operation will provide breakfast and lunch for up to 400 staff, five days a week, from a newly-designed and installed restaurant and kitchen.
Building and construction company Travis Perkins will see breakfast, lunch and dinner five days a week for 600 staff, with staff numbers set to increase to 800 later in the year.
The historic Roberts Bakery, which has been baking bread for more than 120 years, has 800 staff at its Northwich site. Servest won the new catering contract from the previous firm, and will offer breakfast and lunch seven days a week from a new, purpose-built restaurant.
The NOV Mono contract is for both catering and cleaning, and includes a breakfast and lunchtime service seven days a week for the site's 500 staff.
Henry Watts, managing director of Servest Catering called the wins "fantastic", especially in light of Servest's acquisition of 7 Day Catering last year.
He added: "What we're experiencing since the acquisition is many more opportunities for catering services as customers look to bundle soft services to improve their offer and create a more cost effective and efficient management structure."
Founded in 1990, 7 Day Catering is now part of the Servest Group, which has moe than 180 clients across business and industry and is a member of business network the CBI.