Food Facility Engineering's history began in 1954 when Food Industry Research and Engineering (FIRE) opened for business. FIRE preformed several research projects and audits for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, as well as specializing in the design of controlled atmosphere storage and packing facilities, providing valuable background for advanced technical design of distribution, storage and processing plant design.
Today, after designing hundreds of projects, the personnel of Food Facility Engineering can offer clients single source, total responsibility for stand-alone planning, engineering and construction project management or, in concert with our strategic partners, full turnkey design/construction services. Capabilities include
Material Handling Design
Fire Protection Design
Cold Storage Design
Refrigeration/Process Controls Design
Food Facility Engineering serves clients throughout the US and various parts of the world, from our home office in Yakima, Washington. Food Facility Engineering is able to handle both large and small projects ranging from several thousand dollars to over one hundred million dollars. Our expertise and versatility are noteworthy because the projects our engineers have undertaken and completed both simple and complex have resulted in satisfied clients who operate cost-effective facilities, many of which are industry standards. Our longevity is demonstrated by our many clients who continue to rely on us project after project.