St. Elizabeth’s Hospital

Washington, D.C.

This once-crumbling, historic psychiatric facility was replaced by a $78 million, state-of-the-art hospital for which HOPKINS designed a 12,000 square foot central food preparation kitchen and retherm kitchens for each residential unit. Now patients can have breakfast and dinner in their “homes” and lunch “at work” in the treatment mall.

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Harvard University

Beyer Blinder Belle and William Rawn Architects have brought HOPKINS more than a handful of Harvard University and Harvard Business School projects, both for new construction and renovations. Harvard students enjoy top-shelf service, including fresh waffles stamped with the Harvard Veritas logo

Design

The New York Times Headquarters - Workplace

Renzo Piano’s award-winning tower was fit out by Gensler and includes a major transformation of the Times’ old food service system. A full-service catering kitchen also was designed for the Times Center for in-house use and for commercial caterers.

Design

Dickstein Shapiro Law Firm

Dickstein Shapiro moved into International Square on K Street in Washington, D.C.  An aspect of the renovation of the space formerly occupied by the IMF was to gut and redesign its cafeteria. This in-house cafeteria needed to compete successfully with a large public food court on the ground floor. To maximize the benefit of the Dickstein Shapiro foodservice system, HOPKINS was asked to lead the search for a full-time operator. When the project was in full-swing, the client expressed its delight that the entire spectrum of employees from top attorneys to admin assistants at Dickstein Shapiro enjoyed dining together for the first time. The cafeteria successfully changed the culture of the firm.