Welcome to Adcock Cambridge
Cambridge is where the Adcock story began over 50 years ago when the business was started by John Adcock. Still family owned, Adcock has gone from strength to strength and the Cambridge branch remains a thriving part of the business.
Cambridge and district is a vibrant area to work in with business springing out of the academia. We work within the research industry for health, IT, engineering, manufacturing for engineering, health products and food industries.
We can design, supply and install air conditioning equipment from a simple small bedroom unit to systems for complex multi-floor offices and centralised plant rooms with air handling units, providing fully conditioned air to suit any application.
Further to that, we can design refrigeration systems for storage rooms, butchers, bakers, dry goods freezer rooms and again, complex manufacturing projects. We are presently commissioning a system for BOC to produce N20 (laughing gas) for the NHS, due for completion March 2015.
Our clients range from small independent businesses in all sectors to large corporate companies with outlets nationwide, and we also work for international companies with bases here in England.
If it needs ventilating, cooling, heating, freezing, humidifying, we can do it! Just ask and you will not be disappointed!
Here is a selection of some of the clients that we currently work for:
Monsoon and Accessorize (nationally)
Hobbs clothing (nationally)
Mountain Warehouse (nationally)
BOC Gases (nationally)
Pret A Manger (nationally)
Addenbrookes Hospital (Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)
London Royal Free Hospital (Presently servicing the Ebola Isolation ward AC)
Johnson Matthey Engineering
University of Cambridge
Her Majesty’s Royal Palaces (Tower of London)
The Technology Partnership (TTP)
RAF bases (Mildenhall, Lakenheath, Waddington, Wittering, Digby, Wyton)
Plus numerous other business in and around Cambridgeshire.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information about any of our projects or to discuss one of your own - we would love to hear from you.