The planning of food service facilities has become very complex. A successful design can only be realized when all phases of the operation have been planned and evaluated. The best foodservice projects are a combination of right-sized, functional back-of-house, coupled with attractive and inviting public areas. MSH Consultant believes that creative design involves the client throughout. It’s only through understanding the client’s needs that successful solutions are found.
Furniture, Furnishings & Equipment
Our team has substantial experience in complete interior design including selection of all Furniture, Furnishings, and Equipment (FF&E). The coordination and specification of the furnishings, fixtures, and equipment are one of the most important aspects of an interior design. Our interiors staff has the experience and resources to help the client make educated decisions regarding selection of interior furnishings, fabrics, material patterns, and colors. Our experience in substantial and complicated projects has given us insight to many of the construction problems which arise in the field. Careful attention to detail in field observations, job directives, change orders, and administration of the construction process is very important to our project management success. Our goal is a team effort of client, architect, and contractor working together to accomplish a quality project, built on time and within budget.
Curb and Foodservice Equipment Ventilation Detail Drawings
MSH Consultant produces drawings that will clearly indicate any special curb or depression details and locations together with the hood or ventilator locations and duct take-off sizes and requirements.
MSH Consultant written specifications indicate the manufacturer, model, quantity, size and general description of all units. The preamble clearly defines all materials, gauges, accessories and standards that must be adhered to. Also listed are the responsibilities of the Kitchen Equipment Contractor as to performance, coordination and bid procedure.
Support services can be provided during the construction process. Such services include construction coordination, conflict resolution and responses to requests for information. There is an additional fee for this service.