When the central kitchen of the hospital Vivalia Cliniques du Sud Luxembourg, Clinique Saint Joseph Arlon was scheduled for major renovation work, setting up temporary kitchen facilities was the only solution.
A project of this size involves much more than setting up and putting units and equipment into operation. Years of preparation take place in advance and close attention has to be paid to all the details. For this project, Boels Portable Kitchens not only installed the kitchen units on site, but also coordinated the power and water management, and all the groundwork. This was an important project that was in the best possible hands with Boels Portable Kitchens.
Following the construction work, everything was meticulously prepared to allow the transition to the temporary units to take place smoothly and flawlessly. After literally pushing a button just once, the hospital's old existing kitchen stopped working and the appliances supplied by Boels Portable Kitchens took everything over one for one without any problems, exactly on schedule and as agreed.
In order to take over the existing and required kitchen capacity, the new temporary facilities had to comprise:
- 4 cooling/freezing units;
- 2 hot kitchens (with a length of 6 metres);
- 2 cold kitchens (with a length of 6 metres);
- 1 dishwasher unit (with a length of 10 metres);
- miscellaneous cooking equipment;
- 1 grease separator;
- modular unit and floor units.