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Peninsula Hotel

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Peninsula Hotel

Le Petit Belvedere needed to maintain 5-star foodservice during the midst of kitchen renovations, and Kitchens To Go provided the hotel restaurant with the perfect mobile solution.
Le Petit Belvedere Restaurant, located within the Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel.
To maintain 5-star foodservice to patrons during scheduled main kitchen renovations.
KTG provided three mobile semi trailers, with customized cookline equipment to mirror the restaurant’s kitchen.

project description

Le Petit Belvedere Restaurant, a staple of Southern California fine dining, approached Kitchens To Go for support during their 3-month facility renovation project. Located within the famed Peninsula Beverly Hills, and functioning as its sole foodservice production space, The Belvedere needed to find a way to continue service to the three other fine dining outlets located throughout the hotel complex.
To support their 5-star menus, which contained in excess of 500 items, Kitchens To Go designed a customized solution to mirror The Belvedere’s kitchen inside three trailers that would line up outside the hotel along busy S. Lasky Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills. These facilities fully ensured continuity of service with no interruption during the extent of the renovation.
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Virtua Memorial Hospital

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Virtua Memorial Hospital

Virtua Memorial needed to maintain foodservice continuity during extended renovations and new construction, and KTG stepped in with a unique modular kitchen complex solution.
Client

Virtua Memorial Hospital is a 433-bed facility in Mt. Holly, NJ, that specializes in Internal Medicine and General Surgeries.

The Need

To provide uninterrupted foodservice to patients, visitors, and staff during the 12 month
renovation and construction.

The Solution

A four unit modular kitchen complex with four cold storage units.

project description

Virtua Memorial reached out to Kitchens To Go for support during a 12-month renovation and construction project that would shut down its kitchen production space. After determining the foodservice capacity necessary to serve all patients, visitors and staff, KTG designed, assembled and installed a four-unit modular kitchen complex in an unutilized space immediately adjacent to the facility, with additional cold units attached to each of the four modules for additional storage. The modular complex fully supported all of Virtua Memorial’s foodservice needs during the entirety of the year-long project, ensuring no interruption of service.

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Banner Thunderbird

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Banner Thunderbird

A non-profit hospital, Banner Thunderbird Medical Center needed uninterrupted foodservice during renovations. KTG provided a nine-modular complex solution.

Client

Banner Thunderbird Medical Center, a non-profit hospital, is a 513 bed acute-care hospital.

The Need

To provide uninterrupted foodservice to patients, visitors, and staff during a year long renovation. The project included construction of a new 220 bed patient tower, a new main entrance, emergency department, cafeteria and fully remodeled kitchen.

The Solution

An innovative nine unit modular complex with five cold storage units.

project description

Banner Thunderbird Medical Center, is a nonprofit, acute care hospital in Glendale, Arizona, serving the Northwest Valley. Within the nine-modular complex, Kitchens To Go provided two cooking modules with extensive cook lines, a preparation module, two serving modules, a dish-washing module, and three cart employee lock/restroom area.

Additionally, two walk-in coolers and three walk-in freezers were attached to the complex. This modular complex allowed continuous foodservice to the Medical Center during the one-year renovation.

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James Madison University

CASE STUDY

James Madison University

When JMU needed a temporary dining option while a new facility was being constructed, Kitchens To Go provided a state-of-the-art Sprung Solution.

Client

James Madison University

The Need

Interim dining facility while existing Gibbons
(“D-Hall”) was demolished and a new one was built.

The Solution

Two Facilities. “D-Hub” a 27,000-sq. ft., all-you-can-eat residential dining complex that seats 1,000 and consists of eight food stations including all the newest Aramark Vibe Fresh Market concepts. Plus, a stand-alone Chick-fil-A.

project description

The complex includes cooking modules, prep modules, dishwashing modules as well as cold and dry storage facilities. A concrete patio deck with outdoor seating surrounds the north exterior of the structure with walkup windows featuring a full menu of pizza, pasta and grill items. The second facility is a standalone, full menu, Chick-fil-A with seating for 100 and sits directly across the street from
the original D-Hall.

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Georgia Southern University

CASE STUDY

Georgia Southern University

Kitchens To Go helped GSU maintain foodservice continuity when two campus dining facilities needed to be rebuilt and renovated.

Client

Georgia Southern University | Statesboro, GA

The Need

Georgia Southern University had a need to rebuild one student dining facility and completely renovate a second. The challenge was replacing both facilities, serving over 1,500 meals per day, at the same time.

The Solution

Kitchens To Go, along with strategic alliance partner Mobile Modular, designed and installed a successful interim commercial kitchen and dining facility to meet the food service production, servery and seating requirements at GSU. Installation was completed on a 16,240 square foot modular facility, that also included “grab and go” walk up windows, in time for the fall semester to begin. GSU determined that by replacing both facilities at the same time, rather than phasing the project, the construction term was reduced by nearly eighteen months, thus reducing both costs and construction fatigue on campus.

Client Background

Founded in 1906, the mission of Georgia Southern University is to advance the educational and economic aspirations of Georgians. GSU is a Carnegie Doctoral-research University and as a member of the University System of Georgia, it is one of the state’s premier universities with over 20,000 students. It is also one of the top choices in the state for new freshman and HOPE scholars. GSU is the only college or university in the state to earn recognition as one of the top 10 most popular universities in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

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