To Build a Kitchen or Not to Build a Kitchen

To Build a Kitchen or Not to Build a Kitchen

Before making your decision, determine expectations from both the client and consumer side.

I’m putting in a new building or renovating an existing one and I want foodservice. Do I really need to build a kitchen? This question has come up more frequently in the past two years.

A designated planning committee often makes design decisions without advisement from someone familiar with foodservice operations. If a college or corporate campus has multiple kitchens, careful operational planning may allow for a new grab-and-go venue or small coffee counter to be supported by a

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