Jeff’s involvement in Food Service Design and Installations has spanned over 24 years in various positions. His Professional Degree in Interior Design from Purdue University has proved to be invaluable in his specialization in the field of restaurant design. Since entering the industry in 1992 as an AutoCad draftsman, Jeff has been involved in more than four hundred projects starting with a blank piece of paper to lighting of the pilot lights of the ranges for the Ansul test. During these years, he has held every design related position within various firms, eventually becoming the Owner of CMA in 2013. His projects have ranged from food trucks to 6,000 square foot kitchens for casinos, and everything in between. Using his degree in interior design allows him to understand what the design team is trying to achieve on the project as a whole, and how the equipment layout and flow will dovetail into the design process. Jeff is a “boots on the ground” type of project manager and is involved in every step of the project. He prides himself on good designs being built properly, in a timely manner for the budget allocated.
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Prior to Robb Kirby joining CMA, he started his career as an Executive Chef and moved into the role as Director of Kitchen Operations for a prominent Seattle based restaurant group. Throughout his 18 years of employment and successful growth of the restaurant group, Robb has designed, project managed, and opened 12 new kitchens and contracted 2 remodels. Aside from his full time job, Robb has been asked to advise on a handful of local restaurants openings. For the last 7 years, as Director of Kitchen Operations, he has focused on day to day operations, process improvements, efficiency, and equipment maintenance and procurement. His skill set brings a comprehensive understanding of culinary demands and kitchen design efficiencies through equipment and labor. Robb truly enjoys working with people and bringing their ideas to fruition to create something special.
Steve’s involvement in Food Service Design and Installations has spanned over many years. Steve began his foodservice design career as a draftsman in 2000, and has held progressive roles in the foodservice and construction management industry since starting his career. Steve’s degree in design, and construction management experience is a valuable asset to the field of Restaurant design and installation. Steve has been involved in many projects ranging from small food trucks to large casinos. Steve takes great pride in his work and is there every step of the way treating all projects as if they were his own.
Brian is new to the restaurant supply industry. He brings a vast array of skills and knowledge attained through his 30 years of experience in the retail industry. He manages all of the office responsibilities, and assists the Project Managers to ensure that each job is completed successfully.