The project entailed the complete demolition of this 200,000 s.f. facility to its concrete structure. Demolition required both Asbestos and Lead abatement. The project included the creation of a temporary kitchen to maintain food-processing capabilities. The facilities structure required extensive structural reinforcement to accommodate the new MEP and food processing equipment. New underground electrical and plumbing services required new floor slabs to be poured. The MEP systems were upgraded to meet current code requirements. New loading docks and receiving areas were created. The project included the addition of three elevators. All new kitchen equipment was installed. The equipment included six 48-tray revolving ovens, 23 walk-in coolers and complete exhaust units. Architectural finishes include glazed masonry block, quarry floor tiles, stainless steel and aluminum ceilings and column wraps. Upon completion of the equipment installation the new Kitchen was commissioned and opened.