Folks, lets keep on track here.
I do not like having to delete posts.
jmcelectric, what you where told is not true, at least from the NEC.
That said I work on a lot of jobs where the job specifications demand a GFCI receptacle at each location required to be GFCI protected. That is a design decision made by the engineer and if your company accepted the job with those conditions it is in fact a 'requirement'.
It would not surprise me at all that a kitchen in an office building would have GFCI receptacles specified at each location for convenience and to help prevent nuisance tripping.
[This message has been edited by iwire (edited 07-30-2005).]