Gallery partners with Falkbuilt to streamline build process for grab-and-go, self-serve kiosks

May 25, 2022
The addition of Falkbuilt's Digital Component Construction technology is the latest in Gallery's lineup of innovative products being used in arenas, stadiums and retail locations across the U.S.

Gallery Carts, the 40-year industry innovator in food, beverage and retail service, announced an exclusive partnership with Falkbuilt, manufacturer of Digital Component Construction. The partnership will use Falkbuilt's technology to streamline the build process for Gallery's grab-and-go and self-serve kiosk customers in arenas, stadiums and retail locations across the country.

"This partnership allows us to provide next-level construction technology that will dramatically decrease the time it takes for grab-and-go and self-serve companies to go from design to build so they can start earning revenue more quickly," Dan Gallery V, president of Gallery Carts, said in the announcement. "Falkbuilt's comprehensive technology stack helps our clients avoid many traditional construction challenges – from supply chain to inflation and labor shortages – so they can go from placing an order with us to having an operational retail space in record time."

The new prefab solutions were recently deployed at San Diego's Petco Park in a design-build process that took only four weeks. Additional projects will be delivered to the Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium and the Las Vegas Raiders' Allegiant Stadium this summer, according to the announcement. 

Through the partnership, Gallery is leveraging Falkbuilt's Digital Component Construction to build kiosks designed for faster installation time, less waste and the durability required for high-traffic areas. These large structures and all the components can be shipped directly to site in 1-2 crates and easily assembled into place. 

"Gallery has been reshaping the mobile food and beverage industry for decades, and we are proud to offer our cloud-based Echo technology and Digital Component Construction as yet another value-add to their customers," Mogens Smed, CEO, Falkbuilt, said in the announcement. "Echo empowers the construction software they're already using, like Revit, streamlines the entire process from design to installation and saves time and money."

Falkbuilt distributes prefab solutions through 95+ factory-direct branches across North America, the Middle East and India.

The addition of Falkbuilt's technology is the latest in Gallery's lineup of innovative products being used in venues across the country, from major NFL stadiums to conference centers and malls. 

For more than 40 years, Gallery, based in Denver, Colorado, has supplied thousands of mobile food kiosks and portables for top sports and entertainment venues acrosss the U.S. In 2021, the company launched a new line of electric vehicles (EVs) for the distribution of food, beverages and merchandise on educational campuses, golf courses, airports, and business parks.