Food and Drink
From incoming raw materials to the distribution of your finished products, we seek to fully understand your operation. Our cross-disciplinary awareness allows us to coordinate processing, packaging, utilities, services, control , building and civil requirements.
The result is a design that is informed by your needs, both manufacturing and operational. We add value and innovate right from the start of any project, assisting in the preparation of the CAPEX for approval. We shape and define the scope, budget , risk, value, and programme for the construction and completed buildings.
Our construction management service oversees the integrated installation and construction programme delivered by a variety of contractors.
Optimising for efficiencies
The best operational layout for the most efficient building comes from a design process undertaken in reverse logic to the construction and installation sequence. Refined over many years, our methods and systems provide optimum project delivery without compromising operations, specification, quality, budget or programme.
We relieve the pressure from your internal teams - we provide an interim management / client representative service. We sit at your side and monitor and control the delivery of your project, and the performance of the consultants and contractors you have engaged. We can also work alongside your project sponsor and provide specialist support in the control of the building and construction elements. We often use these approaches to help to bring an existing project back on track.
"...has coordinated and integrated any required building and civil requirement seamlessly with the project, paying close attention to maintaining the hygienic standards..."
Chris Manning, Director
"I have worked closely with Alun on several complex food and drink projects. Alun has coordinated and integrated any required building and civil requirement seamlessly with the project, paying close attention to maintaining the hygienic standards typical in a food processing / packing environment, working with cross-discipline awareness, ensuring minimal disruption to ongoing processes where works were ongoing adjacent to working production environments."