Additions and Mechanicals
Curry acted as the general contractor for a 4,000-square-foot masonry/conventional steel structure equipped with unloading platforms and equipment to facilitate the transfer of soy oil from tanker trucks into the plant. Other projects included the installation of a new line for salad dressing products and labeling equipment, an interior remodel to accommodate a new product line and removal and replacement of insulated pre-cast panels to aid in the installation of process equipment.
Pasta Building Expansion
Curry Construction completed a new two-story, 16,000-square-foot plant expansion for Kraft. It consisted of a first-floor warehouse and a second-floor production facility that is used to make approximately 13,000 lbs. of noodles per hour.
This project required saw cutting of the existing concrete floor, construction of a new masonry wall, the provision and installation of two eyewash stations and a roll-up door, and a man door.
Our crews relocated a skid, tanks, a barrel washer and chemical pumps that they later re-piped. In addition, they demolished the existing soap system and relocated the hand-filling stations and associated equipment.
For this project, Curry hand-stripped rust scale with needle guns and abrasion tools, profiled surface areas for proper adhesion, cleaned all areas and applied Macropoxy to seal structural steel and restore longevity.