Posted Jun 27 2018 6:57 PM by
C&T Design recently finished assisting The Village of Merici in developing a training kitchen to properly prepare individuals who take the classes offered with the skills needed to work in a foodservice establishment. Individuals with developmental disabilities are often under-employed. The Village of Merici, by way of this training kitchen, hopes to help ready people for careers in the kitchen as much as possible..
Posted Mar 26 2018 7:19 PM by
HRI, Inc. and C&T Design recently hosted almost 50 K-12 school food service directors and kitchen managers from around Indiana for a mix of education and fun. Manufacturers American Panel, CSI Signs, Hobart, Metro, Multiteria, Ovention, Structural Concepts, and Vulcan all presented and participated in the fun at Topgolf.
Posted Dec 19 2017 5:05 PM by
C&T Design now offers an easy way to obtain commercial foodservice parts.
Posted Nov 14 2017 6:45 PM by
Eskenazi Health goes above and beyond traditional foodservice offerings in hospitals and were recently recognized for their efforts by the Physicians Committee.
Posted Sep 22 2017 2:48 PM by
Alto-Shaam demonstrates a unit for a c-store client currently in the menu development phase.
Posted Jul 28 2017 1:29 PM by
Last month's Fast & Furious Forks Sous Chef Cooking Competition was a whole lot of fun. Thank you to Globe, Hamilton Beach, and John Boos for your continued partnership and support!
Posted Jun 7 2017 6:17 PM by
Caribbean305 took place this past Saturday at Jungle Island in Miami, Florida after a successful week of cooking competitions and foodservice equipment training seminars.
Posted May 17 2017 8:35 PM by
Hugo Ortega of Hugo's in Houston named 2017 Best Chef: Southwest by James Beard Foundation
Posted May 3 2017 2:21 PM by
A recent issue of Foodservice Equipment & Supplies magazine included an on-site profile of Community Hospital Anderson's new(ly renovated) dining facility Café15fifteen.
C&T Design Indy's Jon Ryder managed the bid process, as well as the procurement and installation of equipment.
Posted Apr 12 2017 7:52 PM by
Following New York City and Los Angeles, three cities in Texas are projected to have the most hotel development in 2017.