One of the most important things in developing your commercial eatery is designing your commercial kitchen. There are so many factors that go into utilizing the right amount of space and laying out the right equipment to start and leaving enough room to expand. It’s almost like putting together a maze. It doesn’t have to be. At B&G Refrigeration, we’ve had the pleasure of working with hundreds of different kitchens and we wanted to offer our best advice for designing a commercial kitchen.
Things to consider for an ideal commercial kitchen design:
There are undoubtedly limitations you’ll come across in the architecture and design of the kitchen area.
When creating the design of your kitchen, it’s important to consider safety first. You’ll need to ensure that your kitchen is well lit, ensure there’s enough room to move freely and that there’s consideration for mobilizing hot foot and transporting sharp objects.
It’s important to ensure that the layout of your kitchen is optimal for maximum efficiency. For instance, does the layout force your workers to waste time walking back and forth to prepare the food and clean whereas it should only take a few steps.
To get more tips and advice, contact us today for an initial consultation.