Available Space _ An extremely important concern is the amount of space you got available whether you're building from the ground or having the kitchen placed within an already existing structure. Whichever method, you want to make the most of the space that is available without sacrificing work flow or speed. Experts recommend that commercial kitchens designers ought to consult with their respective local utilities departments to help in identifying power and gas hookup locations as these could affect how the kitchen equipment gets positioned. Linking with local authorities is essential for obtaining guidelines from the health department on drain locations.
Ergonomics & Staff Mobility _ An ergonomically designed kitchen is one where staff can stand in just one spot and carry out most of their chores with least walking, turning, reaching and bending. Additionally, ergonomics decrease fatigue levels, discomfort and decrease possibilities of injury in the kitchen. A well_arranged kitchen allows your staff to move easily around without bumping into each other. This promotes an efficient and well ordered kitchen especially during the rush periods.