Laponica recently installed a cooler and freezer walk-in box at Raising Cane’s on both St Charles and S Carrollton. A lot of new things were going on at the time: The office manager, yours truly, was leaving for Vietnam in two weeks, so he had his friend Sheery Berry take photos; Sheery Berry was new, so she also had to be trained in logistics; we even had our very own tolken black guy employee Tony Buddah Brownie starting his first day of work.
In preparation for my trip to Vietnam we also stopped at a Vietnamese restaurant down the street. I don’t care what they tell you, but those weren’t meatballs. They might have been meat rolled into a ball, but they were nothing like the Swedish meatballs you get at Rouses.
Raising Cane’s on St Charles (Photo by Sheery Berry)
Raising Cane’s on St Charles (Photo by Sheery Berry)
What’s this Sherry? I asked you to take photos of the building…
Nice sheery… nice…
Oh ya maybe I can glue them together or something
The truck couldn’t go to the back of the building, so we carried it instead.
A panorama shot of the side of the building.
Sheery Berry and Tony
Not meatballs. They lie! The soup water was good though 🙂
Someone screwed up here. We’re installing an outside box and they built another box around it.
Showing Laponica’s new employee to lift with legs not with with back. Good job guys.
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Krystal Burger has finally come to Kenner, Louisiana! Is Marrero part of Jefferson Parish? Because if not then this would be the first Krystals in Jefferson Parish let alone Kenner. There’s one in New Orleans, one in Marrero and this one in Kenner.
I will admit I am very fond of the food myself, but I must abstain as it gives me heartburn. The people, however, are awesome! I have never met a friendlier group of managers and workers at a fast food restaurant. Granted these guys may be some of the only people I’ve ever really talked to, but… what not… Oh, I almost forgot to mention, it’s on 3117 Loyola Dr if you’re trying to type it into your gps. Enjoy the pictures!
Krystal… under construction.
Ah… someone forgot to cut a bigger opening for the cooler box door. There’s always something… It’s what makes this job fun 🙂
The concrete slab was just a tiny bit shorter than the box.
You always do the corner last. In case you wanted to know… it’s just easier that way.
Bearded beast man of the year Dennis and employee of the month Marcus putting some finishing touches on the box.
Krystals on Loyola as seen from behind.
LAPONICA ROCKS! I got nothing for this picture.
Freezer (left) and cooler (right)
Future site for a backdoor.
This is the cooler they wanted us to re-use. OMG! No, but joking aside some bleach might do the trick. We haven’t built them a new one yet, so I’m sure it’s fine.
The electrician thought it would be smart to go through the roof for the lighting.
From what I heard Krystals went through 3 different electrical contractors on this job. Go figure.
Almost done. Just need to cut the excess off.
The drain line from the evaporator can be seen on the bottom right of this picture and the high/low pressure between evaporator and condenser on the roof top left.
Employee of the month Marcus Haug can be seen here doing… something…
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Roof panels same thing as sheet rock? Close enough…
Uhm… staircase… what to do now…
Walk-In box in progress.
Chief of Operations Pat is getting tired of his photo constantly being taken. That’s ok. Deep down he likes the attention.
Laponica Refrigeration is working on a walk-in box for Villa Pizza at the Riverwalk in New Orleans. Heavier than expected panels exasperated by our most important tech twisting his ankle only two days before.
The truck driver, when delivering the panels to the job location, was shocked when Laponica only brought three men to unload by hand:
Normally when people don’t show up with a forklift they bring 12 guys to unload it. You brought 3 guys and one of them is a cripple!”
Our guys unloaded the truck in 29 minutes, so either our competition sucks, or we got some super techs working for the company. We like to think the latter.
New Orleans has been crowded lately (e.g. concerts at the superdome, wrestling, construction) and tensions were surely at an all time high, but with the help of awesome project managers it all worked out nicely. Laponica will be back to the Riverwalk soon. Raising Cane’s is coming and we will be there giving taking photos and showing you what’s going on.
Don’t let the element of surprise get you on your next a/c and heating bill. Call Laponica Refrigeration. Our quotes may shock you, but at least the invoice won’t surprise you. Knowing what you get is a good thing.
Don’t play with torches everyone! Our poor tech got scolded when he accidentally placed his hand in front of his acetylene torch. While, at the time, feeling a little stupid he was soon after seen sporting the wound and acting like a “bad ass”. Normally we wouldn’t condone such nonsense, but this is the same tech who sports an awesome beard… which by default covers all trespasses.