Case Study, Food Processing

While working for owners of food processing facilities we handle a multitude of projects, due to the wide range of services we offer and the expertise we have.

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In this case, we were hired to handle a natural gas service upgrade. This consisted of coordinating a weekend production shut down Read More

Case Study, Food Processing

We recently completed a project for Dairy Farmers of America, which consisted of removing their entire CPI system, and all associated piping, removing concrete floor slab, installing new stainless steel floor drain and sump pump, pouring a new concrete slab, and applying a polyurethane flooring system.

Complicating matters was the Read More

Case Study, Food Processing

Hershey’s Ice Cream (Hershey Creamery Company) recently contracted with us to install a new stainless steel corn syrup tank at their plant.

The foundation, sub-slab, and protective bollards were all excavated and poured monolithically.

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After proper curing, and everything checked one final time, the stainless steel tank was rigged, and Read More

Food Processing

Another industry we are fortunate to serve is food processing and food production.  Like medical and healthcare, the food industries have strict rules and standards, whether it’s the FDA, USDA, etc.  Two (2) publications which we subscribe to, and read, in order to stay up-to-date and keep ahead of trends Read More

Food Processing

We are fortunate to have valued continuing working relationships with several food processing facilities of varying types.  Below is an excellent article on the challenges and issues encountered in that industry related to facility design and use:

http://www.foodmanufacturing.com/articles/2003/07/food-thought-modern-food-processing-design-requires-long-range-planning

We greatly enjoy working with our clients to learn their processes, so Read More

Case Study, Food Processing

KIMG0002One of our loyal customers is a food processing facility in Harrisburg, PA. Over the years, the size of their trucks has increased, causing the need to extend the concrete pads that the trucks sit on at their shipping and receiving docks.

KIMG0073We are completing several pads of varying size. Read More