Shambaugh provided comprehensive Design-Build consultation and mechanical and equipment services for Valley Milk’s new, 136,000-square-foot dairy processing plant, which was named Food Engineering Magazine’s 2019 Plant of the Year.
Shambaugh was Cayuga’s single-source for the design, site and building construction, installation of the process equipment and utilities, and on-site construction management of a new 110,000-square-foot facility.
Shambaugh, as the single-source Design-Build partner for a new Chobani plant, was responsible for all building and site infrastructure and managed a team of up to 1,000 workers to complete this fast-tracked project in record time.
Shambaugh’s turnkey Design-Build team performed both engineering and construction for this new 38,000-square-foot facility, utilizing prefabricated modular construction to reduce cost and accelerate the project schedule.
Shambaugh managed fast-track procurement of major equipment throughout engineering and design for this project, working within an operating facility in order to add a new blending system and modify an existing plant.
Shambaugh was the single-source partner for multiple new dairy and waste water treatment plants, which will ultimately consume an equivalent of 3 million pounds of raw milk per day.
Shambaugh was contracted to help expand operations at a Colorado DFA facility, and successfully met an aggressive project timeline while enhancing design by leveraging operations expertise.
Shambaugh completed this project on a compressed schedule, managing multi-discipline engineering design services, fast-track procurement of major mechanical and electrical equipment, construction engineering and design, and prefabrication and field installation—all without interrupting production.
Shambaugh was the single-source Design-Build partner for a fast-track evaporation and drying plant renovation and expansion project.
Shambaugh led the design and construction of a new 40,000-square-foot cheese processing plant, capable of receiving 410,000 pounds of raw milk and processing it at a rate of approximately 41,000 pounds per day.
Shambaugh designed and built a 267,000-square-foot Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) plant, which has the capacity to receive four million pounds, or 84 tanker loads, of milk per day from farms in the region.
Shambaugh served as the Design-Build partner for this new fast-tracked 99,000 square-foot dairy in Casa Grande, Arizona, with process spaces and utility infrastructure designed for future expansion and new products.
Shambaugh was commissioned to help incorporate the production volumes from two Seattle plants into the client’s existing Los Angeles plant, which involved removing two bulk lines and a specialty line to make room for the expansion.
Shambaugh took on this fast-track construction and renovation/expansion project that doubled the capacity at a Kroger fluid milk and by-products bottling facility—with no interruption to facility operations.
Shambaugh was the Design-Build contractor for a new Kroger Center of Excellence facility that totaled over 200,000-square-feet and included process, storage, refrigerated, and employee welfare spaces.
Shambaugh was contracted to build a new 6,000-square-foot production plant that would connect to their existing facility and create process equipment that would centralize their operations—all while keeping the current plant operational.
Shambaugh helped substantially increase plant production, introduce value-added products capability, reduce energy and operating costs, and improve the efficiency of production—all without interrupting existing plant production.
For this Design-Build project, Shambaugh leveraged value engineering expertise to execute multiple facility additions while helping ensure that the client could continue production uninterrupted and with extremely minimal downtime.
Shambaugh assisted Safeway with a wall-to-wall construction renovation and commissioning for a 120,000-square-foot ice cream facility, completing both engineering and construction services for the fast-track project in only six months.
Shambaugh was the Design-Build contractor for the expansion of a milk processing and packaging plant. The new/renovated facility includes raw receiving and storage, separation and heat treatment, powder incorporation and liquid blending, and much more.
For this construction/remodel/relocation project, the Shambaugh team worked weekends and holidays to minimize plant interruption within an operating facility while performing nearly 50 refrigeration tie-ins.
Shambaugh was commissioned to help this client increase capacity at one of their plants, developing the entire facility in 3D BIM and building multiple systems and components in their Indiana prefabrication shop to help significantly reduce installation time.