In each instance, the commercial food service operation did not have the luxury of waiting the four-to eight-months time that is usually required to gain permit approvals, design and then build a new kitchen on site, which would result in an enormous disruption of daily operations. Instead, each company chose to have Carlin’s team of experienced construction and food service professionals design, build and deliver a new, code-compliant and comfortable kitchen in just one-half of this time (typically two-to three-months).
Carlin-Kitchen To Go’s Bolt-On Kitchen is a pre-constructed, code-compliant kitchen that may be affixed to an existing building on a permanent or lease-term basis, yielding savings of at least 30 percent over conventional construction costs. The Bolt-On Kitchen is a modular facility, which is joined to a restaurant’s permanent structure by a common sidewall, and is delivered with a custom-finished interior and exterior construction to match the existing building and maintain the important brand image of each food service operation.
“Our products are all built to meet the highest specifications required in the U.S., and our modular solutions have an impressive track record of sustained quality,” said Ralph Goldbeck, AIA, and partner, Carlin Manufacturing. “After 30 years in business, we enjoy knowing that the Carlin and Kitchens To Go names have earned their reputation for delivering quality products that exceed our client expectations time after time.”