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Business & Industry

JLR has a long history working with companies large and small, here in the PNW, across the country as well as internationally. From Safeco Insurance to United Airlines flight kitchens, we have diverse experience in various B & I applications.

K-12 Education

We have worked with several school districts in the Puget Sound region. JLR has also provided design services for school districts as far east as Wyoming and up and down the west coast. The projects we have been involved with to date have included elementary school warming kitchens, middle and high school full production kitchens, full time residence private schools as well as  central kitchens. We pride ourselves on helping operators in the educational segment find solutions for the ever changing landscape of K-12 school food service.

Colleges & Universities

College food service has come a long way since the days of Styrofoam trays and prepackaged food. today’s campuses are one of the leaders in the  farm to table food movement. The demand for knowing not only what is in your food, but where it came from is at the forefront of this methodology. We help our clients from a design perspective navigate the complexities of this food philosophy to help them produce the best product possible for the growing demands of today’s pre & post-graduates.


When you think of museums, traditionally the first thing that does not come to mind is good food. But that is changing. JLR has been involved in several museum projects in the Seattle as well as few in the southern region of the country that are blurring the lines between elevated dining and museum exhibits.


We have designed commercial Kitchens in some of the most challenging and unique situations. One  such project the Space Needle renovation. Our firm has also provided design for many hotel restaurants in the US as well as abroad. Additionally, our staff has years of experience working with mom & pop, quick serve and elevated dining restaurants. How can we help your operation?

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