Goose Creek Angled Walk-in Combo

goose creek c-store angles cooler systemAn angled, three-chamber walk-in combo, delivered to the Goose Creek Convenience Store in northern Virginia, represents the customized, creative work of the design and manufacturing teams at the Imperial Brown East Coast factory. The convenience store is named for Goose Creek, a tributary of the Potomac River in Fauquier and Loudoun counties.

Warm Rooms for Marijuana Production Company in WA

Marijuana prohibition in Washington state ended in 2012, when the state legally began regulating production, distribution and sales at that time. In the first year and a half of marijuana production under the new law, the state realized $83 million in marijuana tax revenues, according to In 2014, Oregon followed suit by ending marijuana prohibition, along with Alaska.


Storm Disaster Response

Mother nature has many sides; she provides us with beautiful days to enjoy the weather but can also throw dangerous storms our way leaving a mess in her wake.

Sometimes the damage is extensive and impacts more than just our personal homes and lives; it can put a halt to our way of life, our businesses. Little thought is given to the affects on business by these storms and the amount of loss endured and the time to recover, rebuild and reopen.

Outdoor Walk-in Freezer for Olanta Elementary School

An outdoor walk-in freezer for a South Carolina elementary school required panels that withstand 80 mph winds and 30-pound per square-foot snow loads.

To meet the customer’s needs, we designed and built the freezer using three different styles of panels. This type of flexibility in construction is unique to Imperial Brown.

The outdoor walk-in freezer for Olanta Elementary School in Olanta, SC, is located next to a taller building, creating a potential for snow drift, or snow piling up on the freezer, even with less snowfall in the South.

Walk-in Coolers Built as Part of Retarder-Proofer Systems

Imperial Brown walk-in coolers that are designed and built as part of retarder-proofer systems are used in bakeries throughout the U.S. and abroad. This is a special application for speeding or slowing the fermentation of trendy artisan bread.

Working with Imperial Brown, TMB Baking of South San Francisco designs and configures the retarder-proofer system, with plans sent to Imperial Brown for construction.

Hybrid Method Lowered Costs for White Castle Restaurant

The hybrid construction method unique to Imperial Brown was ideal for a 20’x32’ walk-in combo unit with large slider door, built for a Las Vegas restaurant. The construction combines low-density urethane, or soft-nosed wall panels (LDU), with hard-nosed wood-frame ceiling panels (WFU). With our hybrid method, designers can apply the construction method that best fits the application for the most well-built, cost-effective unit.

Automobile Testing Chamber for Tesla Motors

Imperial Brown has constructed an automobile testing chamber that has the ability to hold temperatures that vary by 100 degrees.  The large environmental chamber was ordered by Associated Environmental Systems of Ayer, MA, for Tesla Motors, Inc.’s Sunnyvale, CA, testing facility for high-end electric cars. The chamber required a temperature variation of -40 degrees C to +60 degrees C, needed during the testing process to discover any problems with functionality at extreme temperatures.

RedWater Tap House's Walk-In Cooler

Imperial Brown designed a glass-fronted walk-in cooler that faces customers and is highly visible for Michigan microbrewery RedWater Tap House, owned by the famed RedWater Restaurant Group. 

The custom designed hybrid walk-in cooler is of mostly low-density urethane construction (LDU) with the use of high density rails (HDU) as needed. The interior and exterior is powder coated black to match the restaurant décor of steel and wood construction and concrete floors.