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.
Federal Reserve Board, Washington D.C.
Interim Kitchen, servery and dining space needed during renovation.
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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