Equal Parts Ingenuity and Inspiration in Hospitality Design
With a visceral understanding of how foodservice and beverage establishments truly work, Boelter mixes ingenuity with inspiration when providing commercial kitchen design and equipment for a new kitchen or bar. Details matter – we consider every element, every placement, and every process to ensure it aligns with your overall purpose.
Foodservice Design Flow and Rhythm
In today’s ever-changing landscape, food and beverage operators need to consider the multi-faceted and distinctly unique flow and rhythm requirements of their venues. Boelter fully understands that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to finding a successful operational flow and rhythm. Our team is ready to help optimize your workflow and productivity through a smart and strategic foodservice design.
The “Ingredients” Matter
Whether you require a new construction or remodel, Boelter will collaborate with you and optimize your project through:
- Commercial kitchen design consultation
- CAD and/or Revit drawings
- Traffic flow optimization
- Trends and innovation insights
- Foodservice equipment selection, procurement & installation
- Full-service project management
- Health & building code compliance
The ingredients that contribute to any successful business matter. Let Boelter help you find the right recipe for your venue.
“I am so pleased with the final result of our kitchen design. We went back and forth with Adam [Goodloe] through multiple design iterations to figure out exactly how to place the golf simulators while allowing enough room for all the storage area needed for refrigerators and freezers. Not only is the layout creative and efficient in the tight space allowed, but Adam was so patient and accommodating to our wishes through the whole process.”
– MATT BARRY, OWNER/OPERATOR AT THE GREEN
With over 90 years of experience working with emerging brands and established chains, we understand the entire development process in foodservice design.
The Right Commercial Kitchen Design Partner
The foodservice business is nuanced and complex. How do we know? Because we have been immersed in the industry for 90+ years.
At Boelter, our exceptional combination of experience and expertise, alongside our top-quality products and comprehensive capabilities, prepares us to meet your individual challenges from the very start of our partnership.
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Creating a great foodservice experience at your senior living facility is a team effort. From the executive director to the serving staff, everyone plays an important role. Too often, executive directors who do not have a background in foodservice will focus their energies elsewhere, but your presence is a critical piece to making your food and beverage operations a success.
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