DeJong Cold Storage Construction
The cold chain logistics market in America is expected to exceed is expected to exceed 410 billion U.S. dollars by 2028 (Statista). However, anyone in the industry has dealt with major shortages in space in recent times. DeJong is proud to be leading the way in cold storage construction, introducing the latest in innovative design and efficient material use – whether it would be for your company’s direct use or for a space-leasing cold-storage construction.
When construction deadlines and cost-effective solutions matter, DeJong is the team you want running your project. Unlike our competitors, who bring their oil and chemical manufacturing knowledge to your projects, DeJong only works on building cold storage and sanitary processing projects, ensuring we get it right the first time.
As a result of our knowledge and experience, DeJong-led projects tend to beat industry-standard time targets by 10%.
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- Site Selection
- Ground Preparation
- Engineering and Design
- Project Management
- Insulated Metal or Plastic Panels
- Cold Storage Doors (high-speed, low-speed, motion activated)
- Equipment Procurement
- Equipment Brokerage
- Refrigeration Equipment, both Ammonia and Glycol based systems
- Floor Insulation
- Ammonia reconditioning, safety interlocks, programming
- Freon for limited applications
- Commercial Splits
- Conventional Air Conditioning/HVAC
Cold Storage Facility Construction
From small facility additions to dedicated cold storage warehouses, DeJong brings the expertise and track record to get your job done on time and on budget. Cold storage warehouses, coolers, freezers, processing facilities, or cannabis rooms, we understand it all.
Cold chain logistics are already fraught with massive hazards. When a cold storage facility fails, it can cause thousands of dollars in lost product, downtime, and monetary penalties. It is important that your cold storage project be built with redundancies and food sanitation in mind.
As more companies drive to scale and major acquisitions and consolidations push food production plants into smaller footprints, there is an increased demand for high-performance cold storage facilities. The engineering standards and legal requirements for these buildings are constantly increasing.
When you work with DeJong on your cold storage construction project, you get a team of engineers, project managers, account managers and plant operators who understand what the building needs to do, and how to deliver on that in the most efficient way possible.
As one of the leading cold storage construction companies, DeJong can help you create a building that will be the leader in your region.
Nearly every cold storage project will have unique requirements to the food processing plant or regional logistics that it is being built for. The structural components such as the slab, must be equipped to handle high loads and impact while staying at cold temperatures for prolonged period. Cleaning is also a consideration, as the design must often be frost-free to comply with food manufacture standards. The proper use of vapor barriers becomes critical for avoiding structural problems.
We can work with your existing space. From adding insulated metal panels to your existing walls and running concrete into the enclosed spaces, we can retrofit your existing facilities to expand your cold space.
Our solutions include process consulting, plant design, project management and equipment installation to support:
We strive to bring creative thinking and cross-industry experience to the table as we work to solve customers’ process and plant operations challenges. There is no challenge too complex for our team to solve and no business too big or small for us to partner with. We especially specialize in Egg and Dairy.
Contact us today to elevate your food production processes!
Dave Erlebach, Intrinsic Organics
I work with DeJong Consulting because of his industry knowledge, drive and willingness to go the extra mile. Many consultants would prolong the problem to make extra money, but Michael does what it takes to get it done.