KPMG is enjoying the benefits of a cutting-edge food service facility at its Learning, Development and Innovation Center in Orlando thanks to Johnson-Lancaster.
The foodservice equipment contractor, which has been operating for 40 years, revealed it was involved in delivering the foodservice space at the Florida site, which opened at the end of 2019.
The state-of-the-art complex features 800 guest rooms, fitness and outdoor recreational facilities, multiple food and beverage venues, as well as learning, classroom, and innovation spaces spread across 55 acres.
Johnson-Lancaster’s regional main offices are located in Florida, Maryland, and Ohio, with various project management offices throughout the country.
Last year the firm, which is also known for its Carribean foodservice projects, acquired Bezac Equipment Company.
“Johnson-Lancaster continues to grow mostly organically but with the addition of some intelligent acquisitions that are a good fit both strategically and culturally,” said Kristen Horn, vice president of operations for Johnson-Lancaster and Associates at the time.