Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

JUN 2018

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76 • FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES • JUNE 2018 facility design p r o j e c t o f t h e m o n t h grocery operation named Jefferson Marketplace. "We wanted to engage the northeast corner of our beautiful campus as well as the nearby off-campus community in this area," says Rich Neumann, MS, FMP, director, Culinary Services, and assistant professor at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. "We also wanted to increase our fresh and locally sourced items and improve our international retail offerings for our grow- ing international student population." The Jefferson Hall project began in May 2016 with the closing of the original, very small — 1,500 square feet — Jefferson Market, which only offered retail convenience items. Jefferson Marketplace now features retail concepts including The Brick City Deli with hot and cold sandwiches; The Ohio Café with coffee, tea, other beverages and pastries; and Steeped & Stirred, a coffee and tea venue with self-service hot and cold beverages and pastries. The Market, which includes groceries, packaged and bulk foods and convenience items, also features Juiced, which offers fresh-squeezed juices, and Veggie Butcher, where fresh-cut fruits and vegetables are available. In addition, the marketplace's Culinary Studio offers an educational food experience. "In order to fit ev- erything in the space, Jefferson Marketplace contains a very small back-of-the-house storage area," says Kent Scott, FMP, associate director, Auxiliaries Operations, Culinary Services. "The infrastructure within Jefferson Hall located above the marketplace presented several challenges related to structural conflicts concerning HVAC duct routing and plumbing penetra- tions," says Phillip Landgraf, principal at Ricca Design Studios' Denver office. "Our detailed 3-D modeling and coordination with the MEP engineers was crucial toward recognizing and address- ing these concerns early in the design, allowing us to quickly come up with design solutions." Food Deliveries, Storage and Production After food arrives at the loading dock, staff check it in and place it in one of two walk-in coolers, a walk-in freezer or dry storage in the back of the house. Staff also bring deliveries to walk-in coolers at The Brick City Deli, Juiced and Veggie Ohio University Jefferson Marketplace Floorplan 1. Coffee counter 1a. Work counter 1b. Deli serving counter 1c. Prepaid pickup counter 1d. Serving counter 1e. Work counter w/sink 1f. Deli island counter 2. Ambient showcase 2a. Ambient pastry display case 2b. Refrigerated deli display case 2c. Refrigerated sides display case 2d. Kosher deli display case 2e. Corner deli display case 2f. Deli display case 2g. Self-service refrigerated merchandiser 2h. Slat wall displays 2i. Self-service deli case 2j. Vacuum-packed meat display case 3. POS 3a. Cashier stations 3b. POS printer 4. Mobile ice bin 4a. Mobile ice cart 5. Undercounter refrigerator 5a. Reach-in refrigerator 5b. Refrigerated base 5c. Walk-in cooler 5d. Cooler evaporator coil 5e. Walk-in freezer 5f. Freezer evaporator coil 6. Blender 7. Vertical food shield 7a. Food shield w/lights 8. Espresso machine 8a. Coffee brewer 9. Water filter assembly 9a. Water filter 10. Trash receptacle 11. Trash chute 12. Condiment drop-in 13. Soap and towel dispenser 14. Hand sink 15. Undercounter dishmachine 16. Modular shelving 16a. Wall shelf w/pot hooks 16b. Cooler shelving 16c. Freezer shelving 16d. Display shelving 17. Ice machine 18. Soda/ice dispenser 18a. Coffee dispensers 19. Menu boards 20. Scale 21. Drop-in hot wells 22. Cook-hold unit 23. Cutting board 24. Slicer 25. Fire suppression system 26. Drop-in cold pan 27. Modular griddle 28. Salamander broiler 29. Wall flashing 30. Exhaust hood 31. Corner guard 32. Display door 33. Juicer Jefferson Marketplace is part of the $39 million Jefferson Hall renovation. Photo by John Jurgens, John Jurgens Photography

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