Anyone who has built or renovated a restaurant kitchen can recite horror stories about delays created during equipment installation and startup. Many of these delays can be avoided with extra planning in the early phases of a project, however. Here are some pointers to keep common problems from throwing your project off schedule: • Leave enough time to order and process equipment. Only a small percentage of kitchen equipment is sold from inventory. The majority is special ordered, ...
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