Refurbishments by Knowsley based NES prove to be a winning formula

Liverpool ECHO readers have crowned their favourite city centre pubs and the top 3 all have one thing in common, and it comes in the form of a Knowsley business that has transformed some of the best known buildings in the city.

Coming in at number one in the poll was Fly in the Loaf on Hardman Street, then the Lady of Mann on Dale Street and adjoining to this their sister pub and a Liverpool stalwart; Thomas Rigbys. Perhaps one of the deciding factors for the popularity of these well-known and much loved local pubs is the warmth of the surroundings, kept in tune with the history of the establishments on question. The Fly in the Loaf underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2014 and also has a 4.5 rating on Trip Advisor; a recent review labelled the bar “best boozer in town”.

So, who completed the refurbishment at the top 3 Liverpool pubs? Knowsley based NES

NES was established in 1984, initially as an Electrical Contractor. ​​In order to meet with customer demand, they quickly adapted and expanded in line with customer demands to offer a full range of installation, refurbishment and maintenance services. Most of their work is within the industrial, commercial and licensing industries. Here, they have formed the bedrock for many modern, domestic and commercial installations of student accommodation across the city region, as well as updating many tired pub and club facades of Liverpool along the way. NES have completed full scale refurbishments for renowned City Centre pubs such as Thomas Rigby’s, The Lady of Man, The Fly in the Loaf, The Dispensary, Doctor Duncan’s, The Pilgrim and The Brewery Tap and the recently completed Bridwell in L1 to name but a few.

Perhaps it is no coincidence, that these NES refurbished pubs are now recognised as the pinnacle of Liverpool pub culture.