This project consisted of the complete demolition of an old cafeteria on the 9th floor of the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the construction of a new heat-and-serve café. All new HVAC and plumbing was required. All of the new lighting systems are controlled by occupancy sensors and use dimmable LED fixtures. The millwork was all custom fabricated with maple veneers and Corian solid surface tops, and all of the new kitchen equipment was included in the project. The main customer access to the café is via a custom fabricated 6 panel sliding maple door wall that spans 42’ wide and is 8’ tall, with upper and lower tracks that are hidden in the finishes.
|Architect||Melville Thomas Architects|