On this episode, Ragnar speaks with Nathan Logan, Senior Project Manager at Stys Hospitality Initiative (SHI), about what’s cooking in kitchen design trends.
After a successful career as a chef, Nathan pivoted to consulting and founded his own company, ML Restaurant Solutions. In his role with SHI, he designs and manages high-profile development, renovation and capital improvement projects across the US.
Tune in and learn about:
- key trends in the hospitality and restaurant industry when it comes to concepts and design, and;
- how to adapt to a fast-changing environment.
Stys Hospitality Initiative (SHI) provides 3rd party owners’ representation managing development, renovation and capital improvement projects of all sizes in the hospitality industry, empowering clients to make informed decisions that impact their return on investment. For more information on services and clients, visit styshospitality.com.
For a behind-the-scenes look, Netflix’s “7 Days Out” captures the final days of renovation leading up to open doors at Eleven Madison Park—the number one restaurant in the world at the time. See partners chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, Allied Works Architecture, Shawmut, and Stys Hospitality Initiative do everything it takes to complete the renovation in time for the October 8, 2017 opening.
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About Nathan Logan
Nathan Logan graduated from Washington State University with degrees in Hotel/Restaurant Administration and in Business Management. Deciding to pursue a more traditional way to connect with food, he became a cook and enjoyed a successful career as an Executive Chef. He moved into consulting and founded his own company, ML Restaurant Solutions. As a member of SHI, Nathan’s experience has been designing and managing several high-profile and successful builds.
Special thanks to Nathan Logan for joining us.
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