Kearns Mancini is committed to a collaborative process that empowers our clients. To achieve this, all phases of the project are based on a clearly structured, interactive process that fosters consensus-building and rational, sequential, decision-making. Regularly scheduled project meetings, at key milestones in the process, are held to review the work of the team.
As a result of Kearns Mancini’s rigorous approach to the project, the two buildings delivered on their promise of a bold design statement that supported the College’s new brand strategy.
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Students, faculty, staff, visitors and industry partners have equally been impressed with the building and the entire student space. The interactive learning environments and the new restaurant at 215 King Street East have become landmark buildings in the community and you have captured the ‘old meets new’ design elements well.
When you look at the set-up here, I wish I were a student! Honestly, when I went to college, we had nowhere near the kind of set-up they've got here at The Chefs' House. I'm blown away with the standards that are produced here.
The most important thing is to get the students excited about the industry and to mentor them... that is why this restaurant is incredibly important, since students get to cook in a proper environment amongst each other, and to really cook for customers. This place is as cool as any restaurant I've seen!