The Clarke Gough team are exactly what you would hope for when working with a shop fitter. They have a real eye for detail, and are always happy to go the extra mile. Nothing was too much hassle for them when they were on the job, and they were always trying to come up with ways to make the project as efficient and cost effective as possible. Everything that they did was completely transparent, and they did not fall back on a single promise that they had made both prior to, and during the project. I would recommend Clarke Gough to anyone, as they produced exactly what they said they would, in the timeframe that they said they were going to.

Peter Lydon

Clarke Gough’s two projects shortlisted for awards!

The National Association of Shopfitters Design Partnership Awards 2014 (NAS) has shortlisted Clarke Gough for two projects. Dog bowl (Manchester) and Gieves and Hawkes (Chester) were shortlisted for the annual Design Partnership Awards run by our official trade body.

Dog bowl is a restaurant bar with five 10 pin bowling lanes situated on Whitworth Street West. The project was completed with the help of designers from Start JG.

Gieves and Hawkes is a traditional bespoke tailor, situated on St Michaels Row. The project was completed with the help of architect Teresa Hastings.