The existing facility is a 225,000-sf. building that was originally built in 2014. Gaylor Electric assisted in building out a 56-million, 120,000-sf. addition to the existing building.
This two-story 121,215-square-foot food processing expansion included underground, complete power distribution to the site, (2) 3,000 amp services, install 5,000 ft. of 4” PVC, fire alarm system, data system, and extended fiber from existing building to new MDF and compressors.
Because this building is a food processing facility, strict “clean room” standards were applied to all light fixtures and rigid aluminum conduit drops into the clean room from an above walkable ceiling.
The facility now hosts a new cookie and muffin line, 16,000-square-foot freezer – complete with heat trace cable through the floor, and new office space.