Over the years Whitehouse Engineering has enjoyed continued success in this very competitive and demanding sector, and has established a reputation for its quality of workmanship and efficiency within strict programme and cost restraints. This success has been rewarded with repeat orders for projects with some of the countries major high street retailers.
Tesco moved into the Northern Ireland grocery market with the purchase of the Stewarts’ Group. Whitehouse Engineering was initially involved in the upgrading of the services in the formerly Stewarts owned supermarkets to bring them up to the Tesco standards, some of these contracts involved the installation of completely new ventilation services throughout the store. A significant portion of this work had to be done outside the stores trading hours with disruption to the public and normal trading being kept to an absolute minimum. This necessitated a close laison with both Tesco and other contractors to ensure the smooth running of each project. Following on from the refurbishment works Whitehouse Engineering was successful in securing the orders for the mechanical services to the first two “New Build” Tesco Stores in Northern Ireland at Dungannon and Lisburn. Work has since been completed on a further three new stores at Kocknagoney, Banbridge and Newcastle County Down Whitehouse Engineering’s association with Tesco has now extended into Southern Ireland with work being undertaken on projects for Tesco Ireland. .  
McDonalds Restaurants over the years Whitehouse Engineering has been involved in the provision of HVAC services for a number restaurants for this International chain throughout the UK and Ireland in Belfast, Bangor, Bolton, Dublin, Manchester, London, Limerick and Londonderry.
Other Projects undertaken in this sector are:
Boots Foyleside Centre Londonderry
Boots pharmacies throughout Ireland
Superdrug Stores throughout Northern Ireland
Bow Street Mall Lisburn
Paisley Piazza. Paisley Scotland