Timberline is pleased to announce the completion of the 25,252 SF commissary fit-out of the new Tatte Boston Commissary located at 60 Old Colony Avenue in South Boston. Working with Tatte and Answers Inc., Timberline successfully coordinated a complete fit-out of this industrial warehouse building to create new baking facilities and a small café.

“We couldn’t be happier having chosen Timberline as our general contractor partner for this project. The team showed impressive adaptability while facing several unforeseen conditions and the unprecedented COVID-19 related challenges that presented themselves during this project. Great work and thanks!” states Brendan Boyle, Vice President of Development at Tatte Bakery.

The project consisted of a complete gut of existing systems and installation of new equipment throughout, including industrial sized ovens, mixers, and a dishwasher as well as multiple walk-in fridges and freezers. The project also includes heavy HVAC and electric installation to provide power and vents to all of the ovens and commercial equipment. The highlight of this project is the fully washable flooring, ceilings, and walls which will allow the baking areas and facilities to be easily sanitized for a safe and clean cooking and dining environment.

The new commissary will have a café attached to the large baking facility where guests can enjoy Tatte’s baked goods and drinks while watching the preparation taking place through a large window looking into the kitchen.

Timberline’s Bryan Palmieri states, “The Tatte Commissary Project was a great project and tremendous learning experience. The project included the installation of industrial equipment, custom loading docks and specialized wall paneling, and I’m grateful to have been a part of that.”

For more information on this project, click here.