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Margot Slattery, country president, Sodexo Ireland and Geraldine Ruane, chief operating officer, Trinity College Dublin, at the official announcement that Sodexo has been awarded a contract worth €1 million a year from the College,  which includes a complete refurbishment of the Arts Building café, now called The Perch, which will refocus and refresh the space, putting in a new selection of food offers and additional seating to increase capacity.

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Sodexo has been awarded a contract worth €1 million a year from Trinity College Dublin.

Margot Slattery, country president, Sodexo Ireland and Geraldine Ruane, chief operating officer, Trinity College Dublin, at the official announcement that Sodexo has been awarded a contract worth €1 million a year from the College,  which includes a complete refurbishment of the Arts Building café, now called The Perch, which will refocus and refresh the space, putting in a new selection of food offers and additional seating to increase capacity.With over 17,000 students, the university has a reputation for teaching and research excellence, and is the highest ranked university in Ireland, according to the QS World University rankings for 2018.

The contract includes a complete refurbishment of the Arts Building café, introducing a bespoke café concept – The Perch – which will refocus and refresh the space, putting in a new selection of new food offers and providing new seating to increase capacity.

Our aim is to make the space work harder, so that it becomes a social hub for students on campus and we will work closely with local suppliers to offer food that is fresh, tasty and ethically-sourced, whilst still competitively-priced.

Geraldine Ruane, chief operating officer, Trinity College Dublin, said: “Trinity is delighted to work with Sodexo as our new catering partner providing a new café concept on campus extending our food offerings to our students, staff and visitors.

Margot Slattery, country president, Sodexo Ireland, added: “Sodexo has a strong reputation for providing innovative food offers to our clients in Ireland. We are confident we can bring together strong sector and local knowledge to provide a superbly executed and innovative café concept.”

 

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