SWBR Architects was chosen to redesign the new servery and kitchen for McQuaid Jesuit High School. This project was one of three pieces that encompassed the overall larger project which included 4,500SF of new construction to create 6th grade classrooms and 12,750SF of renovations throughout the school which included the kitchen and servery.
The kitchen and serving lines at McQuaid were largely original to the 1950’s building. The leadership of McQuaid is very committed to providing healthy eating options in a quality environment that reflects the dignity and high standards of McQuaid. SWBR employed a scattered food station arrangement that features a brick enclosed custom pizza oven, a pasta station, a salad/soup island, a healthy grill, a custom made sandwich shop, a panini bar and healthy drink station.
All work was done on an active campus. The majority of the renovations were done after the school year ended, making for a very condensed window for construction, however, the school remained open for the summer for limited programmed activities. All the work was completed and the school was ready for when the students arrived in September.
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