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Federal Reserve Board

CASE STUDY

Federal Reserve Board

Kitchens To Go provided a six-module complex solution, that included a temporary kitchen, servery, and dining space during scheduled renovations at the Federal Reserve Board.
Client

Federal Reserve Board, Washington D.C.

The Need

Interim Kitchen, servery and dining space needed during renovation.

 

The Solution

A six-module complex consisting of two Kitchen/Prep Modules with dock doors, one servery module, three dining modules, and one walk in cold storage unit.

project description

Extensive planning and permitting was required to place this six-module complex into an interior courtyard of the historic Eccles Building in the center of Washington, D.C.. A 550 ton crane was used to lift the modules over the building and then place them within eleven feet from the building and the courtyard fountain.

The lift took place between a Saturday and Sunday to minimize disruption to traffic and employees. The finishing kitchen, with integrated dock door and cold storage, allowed for ease of deliveries from both the commissary and suppliers. Due to the expected length of the project, 3+ years, the General Contractor opted to purchase the entire complex.

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Case Studies Commercial Foodservice

Castle Hill Inn

CASE STUDY

Castle Hill Inn

When Castle Hill needed to expanded the capacity of their main kitchen for their outdoor dining and events, KTG provided a Permanent Modular Solution that doubled the size of their existing facilities.
Client

Castle Hill Inn, located in Newport, RI.

The Need

To significantly increase food service for a secondary building and outdoor dining area available for catering weddings and other large events. The building’s exterior also needed to blend with the classical architecture of the inn.

The Solution

A Permanent Modular Solution consisting of cook and prep space was installed to expand dining offerings, thus creating The Lawn at Castle Hill.

project description

Castle Hill Inn located in Newport, Rhode Island, was established in 1875. The Inn oversees the East Passage and the Atlantic, which has secured its varied and notable history. Kitchens To Go’s solution was a modular, full plate-service kitchen that doubled the size of the existing kitchen facilities.

The new facility was installed and operational in 120 days and features a charcuterie station and mise en place prep area. Factory installed kitchen equipment includes: customized stainless-steel counters with heating elements, grease separator, hoods, kitchen floors, wall covering and ceilings designed for commercial kitchen use.

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Case Studies Military

Air National Guard

CASE STUDY

Air National Guard

In need of expanded foodservice capacity for an influx of troops, the Air National Guard called on KTG to deploy easily transportable containerized solutions all across the United States at various military bases.
Client

Air National Guard

The Need

Additional foodservice support needed at Air Reserve Bases to accommodate an influx of troops.

The Solution

SSK 1E Containerized Kitchens, deployed to eleven different locations throughout the United States, including Combat Readiness Centers, Air Force Bases, and Reserve Bases. These easily transported all electric kitchens provide for efficient field feeding.

project description

These containerized units provide cooking capacity for feeding up to 400 troops, 3 meals daily, each. The equipment includes: double-stack convection oven, 15 gallon tilt skillet, 4 french plates, 3 compartment steam table, 2-door upright refrigerator/freezer, 2 compartment sink, and hand sink. The streamlined layout provides an efficient use of space and allows foodservice teams to work effectively and productively.

The electric kitchen can operate with shore utilities or with auxiliary generator in the field.The units are designed to withstand any climatic conditions. They are easily relocatable to be re-deployed wherever and whenever new needs arise.

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