Designing Beverage Facilities

Koss, John Peter
October 2014
Beverage World;10/15/2014, Vol. 133 Issue 10, p94
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the design process for beverage facilities. It cited several requirements in the evaluation of existing facilities or in planning structures. Also identified are components of an approach in design project execution including technical people, advanced technology use, and legal requirement compliance. It described some factors to consider when designing and building beverage facilities.


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