Bishop’s Orchards Refrigeration Success Story
The Business Challenge
It was time for Bishop’s Orchards to service the rooftop refrigeration system that supports its retail center in Guilford, CT. The challenge was to complete the project in a tight timeframe without disrupting business operations. Bishop’s seven day per week retail business would have been interrupted if crane work and refrigeration system service were performed during business hours. The time that presented the biggest window of opportunity was the July 4th Holiday when their retail business would be closed. Bishop’s owners reached out to Munger Construction to manage the project. Work began at the close of Bishop’s business day on Sunday, July 3rd, and continued through July 4th. Work was complete before Bishop’s opened their doors for business on Tuesday morning, July 5th.
A Relationship of Trust
“Our long term, very positive experience on numerous projects with Munger over several decades has provided competitive value, great service, safety, attention to detail and follow-up. “We went directly to Munger and did not seek a proposal from anyone else for this time sensitive project. Based on the results, we made the right decision,” stated Co-CEO, Keith Bishop.
Teamwork Essential For Success
Munger employees and sub-contractors worked diligently to achieve Bishop’s goal. “We value our subcontractors who helped to make this happen without hesitation,” said David DeMaio, Munger president. “They accepted the challenge to provide an excellent customer experience.”
We went directly to Munger and did not seek a proposal from anyone else for this time sensitive project. Based on the results, we made the right decision.
Keith Bishop, Co-CEO Bishop’s Orchard