Info for Architects & Contractors
Our vast knowledge of many types of foodservice concepts makes Dine Company a valuable resource for your design team. We are very detailed in our approach and dedicate ourselves to acheiving your visions and goals.
- AutoCAD Design to meet architect and contractor specifications and to listen to the customer’s needs in order to design a kitchen which works.
- Health Department Code Requirements
- Electrical & Plumbing Requirements for Commercial Kitchens
- Project Management
- Exhaust Hood Design & Installation
- Complete Kitchen Equipment Installation
- Technical Service & Support
We are much more than just another kitchen equipment supplier!
For more than 30 years, Dine Company has been the trusted leader in commercial kitchen and restaurant design, planning, and installation. Our project team has completed a variety of jobs in the foodservice industry, including restaurants, hotels, casinos, hospitals, assisted living facilities, churches, and schools.
Dine Company’s professional staff works closely with our customers from concept to completion. We ask the right questions, help customers consider all viable options from available space to workflow planning to equipment & furniture packages, and make sure the plan is properly executed on time and on your budget.
Dine Company is a full-service dealer with professional installers and technicians all dedicated to working toward job completion and equipment start-up. This process, which may also include equipment training or service assistance, makes for an overall smoother transfer to the end user.
If you need to source your commercial kitchen design, exhaust hoods, or walk-ins, we welcome the opportunity to work with you. With in-house AutoCAD designers, project management experience, expert installation services, and over 5,000 items in inventory we will be there to support the client, architects, and contractors until the project is complete.
Contact Dine Company today to set-up a consultation with a member of our project team.
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