Foodservice design consultancy Cini-Little has bolstered its Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale design studios with the appointment of two experienced hires.
Jonathon Turnbull, who has worked in the industry for more than 30 years, has taken up residency at its LA office, where the company hopes his client-focused, results-oriented approach will serve the business well.
He has designed and managed projects of all sizes within varied markets, most notably the hospitality, educational, healthcare and corporate market segments.
Turnbull is involved in FCSI and NAFEM, understanding that the key to a successful project lies in continued education and collaboration with others in the industry.
Meanwhile, Katja Beck has joined the company’s Ft. Lauderdale hub as project Manager. She brings over 25 years of experience in the foodservice industry with a portfolio of design projects that range in size and scope.
With her background of food production and kitchen operations and her years as a consultant, Cini-Little said she effectively understands her clients’ needs and can translate these into efficient design solutions that realize the goals of the facility operations.
Her specialities include foodservice projects for the healthcare, hospitality and sports facility sectors.
The latest appointments come just three months after Cini-Little named Richard Eisenbarth as CEO.