Kitchens To Go, a leading modular and mobile kitchen production and ancillary support facilities provider, announced the publication of a specialized new resource guide to modular kitchens for educational institutions, available for free at — kitchens-2-go.com. The in-depth new guide covers the advantages and disadvantages of modular kitchens for schools and universities, and also includes a look at alternatives available in the marketplace. Kitchens To Go representatives feel that the new guide will be valuable reading for those who are facing kitchen facility upgrade projects or other needs that might make temporary kitchens a viable solution for their renovation or expansion projects.
"Of all the clients we work with every year, those involved with education face some of the toughest challenges," Kitchens To Go representative Ralph Goldbeck said, "Figuring out how to feed thousands of hungry students while a permanent kitchen is down for an extensive upgrade can be very difficult. Our new guide to modular kitchens for educational institutions is therefore going to be a big help."
As so many students at schools, colleges, and universities depend upon those institutions for some or all of their meals, living up to this responsibility is a critical task for those who manage them. Eventually, even the best-designed commercial kitchen facilities will need to be overhauled, and these projects can often take them out of commission for months at a time, with major rebuilding efforts often stretching to a year or more.
Finding a way to keep producing healthy, high-quality meals, even while such projects are ongoing, is a common need for those in education. With important ties to longtime mobile kitchen leader Carlin Manufacturing, Kitchens To Go has been one of the most consistently valuable and relied upon partners for foodservice operators facing such challenges.
The company's flexible, modular kitchens scale seamlessly to meet virtually any food service need, from those of relatively small schools to feeding thousands of students at larger universities. As part of a partnership with the University of Southern California, for example, Kitchens To Go placed 17 of the company's modules in an 11,000 square-foot membrane structure, resulting in a modular kitchen and multi-brand retail dining space that successfully and reliably produced meals for 9,000 students a day.
Other educational institutions on the long list of past Kitchens To Go customers include Arizona State University, and the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. Kitchens To Go has consistently helped these clients and others maintain their high standards of food preparation and meal production for their students, even while permanent kitchen facilities were temporarily unavailable.
With an in-depth, balanced approach, the new Kitchens To Go guide to Modular Kitchens for Education will help decision makers understand whether the company's products will work well for them, or whether an alternative might make more sense. Kitchens To Go representatives feel that reading the guide will help these busy leaders save time and money for their institutions, and they encourage anyone with further questions to contact the company directly for assistance and to discuss their needs in detail.
About Kitchens To Go:
A leading source for mobile and modular kitchens and ancillary support facilities, Kitchens To Go provides effective, proven solutions to support corporations, universities, disaster relief specialists, sports venues, hospitals, and other institutions around the world that need temporary food preparation facilities, and beyond. A 2012 Kitchen Innovations Award from the National Restaurant Association and other distinctions highlight the quality and value of the company's products.
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