Project Review: Acacia Ridge Commercial Kitchen

Located in the shadow of Acacia Ridge and just a stone’s throw away from Brisbane’s bustling CBD sits one of Fast Fitout’s past projects, an impressively unique, large-scale commercial kitchen.

Featuring the most practical and modern fittings and fixtures on the market, the key to the success achieved in this fit-out lies within the meticulous design and structure.


Cleverly incorporating high-level industrial equipment including hoods and ventilation systems, commercial stoves, walk-in coolers and freezers, and safety equipment, this state-of-the-art kitchen has been equipped to prepare, store and outsource food products for export to the Asia Pacific.




Of course, the layout and functionality of a commercial kitchen play a vital role in how it operates. With an uncompromising commitment to detail and a network of reputable specialists, Fast Fitouts produced a quality outcome within a conservative budget for the client.

Three important design and structural factors were recognised by Fast Fitouts as being paramount to developing a high-level commercial kitchen.

They included:

Storage: Essential for high volume ingredients to be kept fresh and free from contamination

Product Preparation: Designed to segregate different types of food during the preparation phase. The location of the kitchen’s cooking equipment was crucial to ensuring a safe and smooth operation.

Cleaning and Disinfecting: Effective washing stations were required for safe re-use of cooking utensils. A well thought out cleaning area allowed for optimised function of the kitchen operation.

This stand-out, contemporary kitchen space offers a clean, practical experience for licensed food providers. The kitchen is flooded with illuminated, fluorescent lighting throughout the entire space, including the floor-to-ceiling refrigerators. As you walk through the spacious area, you experience a different room created for a well-thought-out purpose.

The design captures the essence of big business and reliability. It can be seen that in this fit-out, larger than life ideas were bounced back and forth between the client and the fit-out team to produce something that captures the owner's vision perfectly.

Whether it’s a 16,400 square foot commercial kitchen or an understated, modest retail space, Fast Fitouts are known for one thing: building solid and memorable relationships with clients. Delivering beyond promises and bringing to life the vision is where the true value is gained.

CREDITS

Builder - Fastfitouts

Coldrooms BONDOR

Refrigeration DTM

Electrical - Excell

Plumbing - Plumbers we are

Stainless steel - Ruthgrove

Specialist refrigeration equipment -

ONSITE 9 weeks

Build (Less equipment) under 950K



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