When sandwich specialist Subway decided to open a location at the One World Trade Center construction site in New York, chain officials knew a traditional brick-and-mortar unit wasn’t going to cut it. Construction workers would need something accessible that wouldn’t force them to waste an entire lunch break traveling up and down the massive structure.  Subway’s solution was to install the restaurant in a shipping container attached to a lift that could be vaulted ...

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