Springfield Culinary and Nutrition Center
edm provided architecture and engineering services to the City of Springfield to create a food services support facility for Springfield Public Schools. The project’s goal is to produce and distribute 100,000 meals a day over two work shifts.
The existing 56,000 SF former industrial building was renovated to include a 15,000 SF production kitchen, training rooms, bulk refrigerator/freezer space, offices, and warehouse storage. This project included replacement of 26,000 SF of built-up roofing with a code-complaint single-ply membrane system and 30,000 SF of single-ply membrane metal roof retrofit system to cover an existing standing seam steel roof. In addition, all doors and windows in the building were replaced with new systems meeting the 2015 International Energy Code.
- Interior Design
- Structural Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Facility Assessment