Mobile Kitchens ltd

The refurbishment of hospital kitchens is a complex process, posing challenges in terms of space, cost, health and safety, planning, access, and continuity. We at, Mobile Kitchens Ltd, address these concerns comprehensively, offering temporary cooking facilities for hospitals.

Our committed project managers specialise in providing temporary kitchens for hospitals, managing both planned refurbishments and contingency needs. We successfully handle projects of varying sizes, serving institutions like General Hospitals and nursing homes—from the Royal Berkshire Hospital to Sutton and everything in-between.

You are able to customise ourversatile temporary catering facilities, such as Production Kitchens, Preparation Kitchens, Dishwashing Units, Coldrooms, Plate-Up Areas, and Staff Kitchens, to suit your catering operation.

Link units together for a seamless fit to your site and workflow, while also reducing costs by integrating existing kitchen equipment.

All units adhere to the latest E.H.O Standards, and we offer a free initial site survey.

Contact us to discuss your temporary solution – made simple – today!

Whether your need is imminent or in the future, initiating the planning phase early is crucial. Reach out to us today to discuss and prepare for the seamless integration of temporary kitchens tailored specifically for hospitals. Our expertise and solutions ensure a smooth process during refurbishments, expansions, or any contingency needs. Start planning with Mobile Kitchens Ltd for reliable and customised experience.

What site conditions are necessary for the installation of temporary kitchens in hospitals?

  1. The site must have road access with entrances and gateways at least 3 meters wide
  2. Allow space for manoeuvring a six-wheeled rigid lorry, ensuring a minimum height of 8 meters for overhead cables
  3. Greywater from sinks will connect to mains drainage via a 40mm plastic pipe
  4. Single-unit power requirement is typically 63 Amps single phase; larger complexes need a 3-phase supply
  5. Water connection can be established from any source at mains pressure, such as a stand-pipe
  6. Ensure the ground is level, and address any soft areas with purpose-built trackway to support the vehicle and cabin
  7. Units can be linked to create a coordinated complex, with weatherproof access to an existing building as specified