Savannah is one of the top five cities essential to visit in the state of Georgia, according to Forbes. With its beautiful coastal landscapes, well-preserved architecture, and vibrant history, Savannah has much to offer for both tourists and permanent residents. And while some people remember Savannah for its haunted stories—like this ghost hunting enthusiast—most people will remember it for its famous Forrest Gump scene.
Savannah truly is its own box of chocolates, as it is full of wonderful surprises everyone is sure to enjoy.
One particular surprise cropping up in Savannah’s downtown district is the Savannah Arena. This massive structure is inspired by Savannah’s historic charm and includes eighteen premium areas, two premium clubs, twelve suites, one party suite, and club seating of 725. Including outdoor event spaces and the arena itself, which boasts a hefty seating for 9,500, this 20,000+ square-foot venue is an entertainment destination that is sure to thrill all ages.
With so much going on in one location, just one walk-in wouldn’t do. Assembled at Thermo-Kool’s factory, are four keg coolers and one walk-in cooler/freezer, each custom-made to fit the building’s unique specifications. Thermo-Kool’s uncompromising commitment to the highest level of quality and excellent customer service makes for a perfect fit among Savannah’s entertainment halls.
Thermo-Kool’s high-density DURATHANE panel perimeter allowed the Thermo-Kool walk-ins to be preassembled prior to shipment for a thorough quality control inspection to avoid “hidden costs” at the time of installation. With Thermo-Kool’s ability to manufacture in 1” panel increments, the walk-ins were manufactured in the exact sizes and configurations needed to maximize storage space capabilities with no “cutting and pasting” required in the field! Each storage unit was built with an internal white stucco aluminum finish, which— along with LED light fixtures—
ensures maximum illumination is provided. The entrance doors, 52” x 80” and 36” x 80”, are equipped with a thermostatically controlled door and frame heater, vapor-proof light, 1/8” aluminum kickplates 36” high on the interior and exterior to protect the door against excessive abuse and traffic, and vinyl swing doors.
Thermo-Kool Customer Account Representative, Debbi Tisdale, worked on the project with, Kevin Eaton with Eaton Marketing & Associates, as well as Thermo-Kool Customer Account Representative, Allison Ishee, who worked with John Jurgens with Ricca Newmark Design, and Bobby Moccia and Briget Chavoustie with Desert Peak Marketing.