A safe and durable infrastructure for a commercial kitchen can be as important as the equipment that is installed inside.     The focus of designing a new or renovated commercial kitchen is usually on the equipment and layout, with too little time devoted to the infrastructure. When a facility opens, the critiques of what went wrong often include observations about slippery floors, hard-to-clean walls and ceilings, kitchen noise in the dining room, and poor lighting ...

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