Sourcing and installing the equipment for the Omni Louisville Marketplace was an exciting project for Sam Tell. Not only was this an opportunity to work with such an impressive brand, but it was also an opportunity to be involved in the revitalization of this this historic city.
This expansive marketplace in the heart of Louisville is the first of its kind for the Omni brand and includes a number of foodservice concepts all requiring proper refrigeration, preparation, and storage equipment, among much more. Taking 7 months to complete, Sam Tell took detailed measurements of the entire space, carefully sourced all necessary equipment, and oversaw its installation straight up to the Marketplace’s opening.
When Sam Tell had been chosen to install the kitchen equipment for the corporate dining facility of Conde Nast’s new office, we were honored. Not only because of the prestige of the publishing company that would be using the space, but also because they were to be the first tenants of the newly completed Freedom Tower.
This build, more than twenty stories up, has been one of our proudest projects. The 4 months of construction, 4 ranges, oversized warewasher and tons of custom millwork we built and installed are just the tip of the iceberg.
With 6 kitchens spanning 3 floors, the new East Side Dining facility at Stony Brook University was a massive build and easily earns its place as one of our largest projects to date.
Situated below one of the University’s newest and largest residence halls and needing to cater to a body of more than 25,000 students, the kitchens at East Side could not afford to be improperly installed. Despite its massive scope, the project was completed in 9 months and the result was a dining facility that all students, staff and visitors can enjoy.
Sam Tell was tasked by Unilever, parent company to dozens of household names such as Lipton and Breyers, to build their new test kitchen in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
This $800,000 facility will be where Unilever’s professionals test new recipes and formulas for their products. This was only the first stage of more to come and Sam Tell is eager to be a part of their future builds as well.
Renowned global law firm, Morgan Lewis, required a kitchen to be built in their New York City office.
The unique, circular kitchen bar had to be carefully assembled to create a seamless transition between the pieces of the counter. The end result included a built-in cooler, display case, grab-and-go fridge, soup well, and much more.