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Creating cohesion with Live Nation
Live Nation says that somewhere in the world, they stage an event every 18 minutes. Thousands of attendees, every hour, every day, all in need of one thing: food in one hand and a beverage in the other.
Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment- Nassau Coliseum
World-famous venue gets a modern makeover
A renovation of one of New York's biggest venues had to fulfill a vision that would serve discerning urban audiences, from the first song of the concert to a double overtime tie-breaker. Long Island's Nassau Coliseum chose to renew their image with durable, beautiful, on-trend finishes for their concession carts, and Ikoniq delivered.
Sodexo- Circuit of the Americas
Multi-use facility makes the most of smart concession planning
When one location is home to a variety of events from world class racing to entertainment, and spread across 1,500 acres no less- a comprehensive concession plan is key to operating at full capacity.
Built to suit high traffic locations, kiosks offer premium finishes to bring a high-end look and elevated branding potential for the ultimate customer experience.
Digital wayfinding excites travelers with hands-on access
When minutes matter for travelers, digital wayfinding is the solution to give them instant access to flight schedules, concourse maps, and more. JFK Airport has placed stand alone kiosks to enhance the experience of navigating between flights for thousands every day with Ikoniq kiosks.
Centerplate at AT&T Park
Authentic kiosk detail serves up a fan favorite
Centerplate had the bold and brave idea of bringing the Philly cheesesteak to the West Coast at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Ikoniq gave that vision true Philly flavor with great design.
Brand elements translate from storefront to stadium
Translating the emotion and experience of a familiar retail brand from a walk-in store to a kiosk unit is no small feat. 47 Brand hit a home run at Citi Field.
Rugged and durable steel shipping containers are transformed into the latest innovation in custom retail and restaurant spaces.
Indy Nut House
Mixed Use Development finds containers to be the perfect fit
Determining the best approach for the proposed Indianapolis mixed use development, shipping containers come up on top.
City of West Palm Beach
Container Parks continue to grow in popularity
Proposed for a new public-private partnership, the container park at Currie Park comes to life. Part entertainment venue, part local vendor market, part gourmet marketplace, the modern container park is more of an open-air mixed use center than food hall.
City of Rochester, New York
La Marketa breaks new ground on urban renewal
When the City of Rochester wanted to deliver the International Plaza at La Marketa, an urban renewal project decades in the making, they decided to utilize shipping containers for the retail and restaurant components. Ikoniq was awarded the RFP and has delivered three retail units and two restaurant facilities that will offer local vendors an opportunity to showcase their skills.
Built for portability, trailers are customized with utilities and options to suit today’s jobsite- then easily redesigned and relocated for the next.
Merchandise really 'moves' with custom trailer and carts
Ikoniq is proud to partner with the Big East’s Syracuse University for exciting projects inside Carrier Dome- and outside, too!
University of Kentucky
Trailers offer flexible use on campus, or off
When the University of Kentucky needed a temporary structure to sell football tickets, they decided on a customized ticket trailer.
Designed as kiosks or containers, modular units are manufactured entirely off-site with Ikoniq’s unique steel frame technology for a superior on-site delivery and end-product
Modular Apartments are gaining momentum
As new apartments come online, owners are seeking more reliable and cost effective ways to add units. Modular is becoming the go-to method of managing costs and timelines, while delivering superior quality.
Max Bar & Casitas bring on the beach vibe
As an accessory property to the 72-unit Daytona Max tower, Bayshore is providing the Wolf Bar as an amenity to the main property. The Wolf is truly two bars in one, with conditioned space upstairs and a downstairs space that is open to the beach. With the container bar as the project's focus, additional rental units are made available as overflow to the Max. Comprised of Casitas which are single units based on a typical hotel room and villas, which are two and three bedroom modular building units, the property provides a range of options for short and longer-term stays.
Quick Service Restaurants are going modular
Quick Service Restaurants are going through major format changes. With an emphasis on drive-thru and walk-up service as well as outdoor dining experiences, QSRs are re-evaluating their formats for the changing marketplace. The urgency to get these new projects on the ground has created a new opportunity for modular restaurant manufacturing. Ikoniq is working with leading designers to help define this emerging format shift.