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Taste of Texas Set to Expand

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Taste of Texas in Houston set to expand kitchen to keep up with growing operational needs
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Union 50 Named On OpenTable's Hottest Restaurant List

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OpenTable, an online reservation service, recently published the list of #OpenTable100 Hottest Restaurants in America, and Union 50 made the list again! OpenTable determines "the list of honorees after analyzing more than five million reviews of more than 20,000 restaurants across the country."  Union 50 was the only restaurant in Indiana to be honored.

Union 50 is in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana just off Mass Avenue at 620 N. East Street. Check it out! See what all the fuss is about.

Union 50 is one of Cunningham Restaurant Group's (CRG) many concepts. Scott Ellerhorst, out of the C&T Design Cincinnati office, works with CRG on their concepts' foodservice design layouts, equipment specification and project management.

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Pie Five Named a Top Mover & Shaker

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Pie Five Pizza, a chain based out of Dallas, Texas, was started five years ago by the same folks who started Pizza Inn. C&T Design Branch Manager Mark Mattevi has been working with them since their inception. They have been routinely - and rightly so! - acknowledged by various industry publications and organizations for their innovation and subsequent booming success. Their unique concept, hardwork and good food has provided them with the ability to create demand for their product while rapidly expanding at a sustainable rate.

Their most recent nod came from FastCasual.com, a website dedicated to exactly the type of foodservice establishments you would imagine as indicated by the website's name. Pive Five Pizza was number 3 on their list of the 2015 Top 100 Movers & Shakers! This is a move up ten spots from last year when they came in at number 13, and up from slot 40 the year before that! These are incredible jumps in a very short amount of time.

A huge congratulations to Pie Five Pizza!! We are so proud to be a partner.

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C&T Design Opens New Office in Northeast Indiana

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C&T Design kicked off 2015 by opening a brand new office in Fort Wayne, Indiana to better serve the northeast part of the state! 

Please join me in welcoming Rob Niman, C&T Design Fort Wayne's Branch Manager. Rob comes to us with a wide variety of experience in the foodservice industry. He spent more than 10 years with the steam equipment manufacturer AccuTemp as a Territory Manager covering Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois. From AccuTemp he moved to Duncan Supply as a Foodservice Territory Manager. There he handled refrigeration, water treatment and ice producing equipment. Rob has more than 20 years of foodservice industry experience in not only commercial kitchen equipment sales but also kitchen operations arming him with the knowledge and expertise to be your foodservice design, solutions and equipment partner. Please join us in welcoming Rob Niman and the Fort Wayne Branch to C&T Design!

C&T Design - Fort Wayne Branch
260-443-6759

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C&T Design Opens Office in the Pacific Northwest

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Keith Ireland manages new C&T Portland OfficePlease welcome Keith Ireland, the newest member of the C&T Design team! Keith is managing our brand new Portland office covering the Pacific Northwest. He comes to C&T with more than 21 years of foodservice design and equipment supply experience. Starting with Boxer Northwest in 1992 as a sales rep, Keith worked in every aspect of sales and project management. He is particularly knowledgable about foodservice equipment, application, remodels and new kitchens. As a commitment to excellence Keith earned his Certified Foodservice Professional certification almost a decade ago.
 
Keith has worked with customers from just about every industry imaginable. Notably, he has completed projects for Oregon Health Sciences University, Elmers, Nike, St. Vincent's Hospital, Loaves and Fishes, and many more.
 
Keith was introduced to the food industry at an especially young age as his mother was a chef in Hawaii. He worked his way up the ranks on the restaurant side of the industry starting in the back of the house as a dishwasher at 14. Keith worked extensively in the back of the house through high school and worked his way through college in the front of the house.
 
Keith's cumulative experience has armed him with the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your commercial foodservice operation is efficient and works for your operational needs and budget.

Contact the C&T Portland office here.

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