We are thrilled to announce that The WEBBER/SMITH Group® will be attending PACK EXPO East 2024, set to take place from March 18-20 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. As a leader in engineering and building design for the food and beverage industry, we are excited to be part of this dynamic event, which stands as the largest PACK EXPO East show to date.

PACK EXPO East 2024 promises to be an unparalleled gathering of over 7,000 industry professionals and more than 400 exhibitors, showcasing the latest in packaging and processing solutions across 100,000+ net square feet of exhibition space. This event is the premier destination for those looking to explore cutting-edge technologies, forge new partnerships, and witness innovation in action.

For 45 years, the WEBBER/SMITH Group® has been dedicated to creating sustainable, food-safe environments that are scalable, cost-effective, and meticulously executed. Our participation in PACK EXPO East underscores our commitment to staying at the forefront of industry trends and solutions that enhance operational efficiency and safety.

Attendees will have the opportunity to delve into a wide array of solutions addressing the needs of over 40 vertical markets, including food and beverage, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, and more. The show floor will be brimming with educational opportunities, networking events, and the chance to connect with experts and peers alike.

We invite you to join us at this landmark event to discover how our client-centric design development process can benefit your operations. Whether you’re looking to improve your current facilities or embark on new projects, PACK EXPO East provides the perfect platform to explore possibilities and drive your business forward.

Don’t miss this chance to experience the future of packaging and processing technology. We look forward to meeting you at PACK EXPO East 2024 and discussing how we can support your goals with our expertise in creating food-safe environments.

For more information and to register for the event, please visit https://www.packexpoeast.com/

“Trends in Remote Services & Monitoring” – a PMMI 2024 report, in collaboration with Interact Analysis, offers an authoritative analysis of the advancements in remote services within the packaging and processing sector. This document is essential for professionals seeking to understand the post-pandemic industrial landscape.

Key Points of the Report:

  1. Remote Services Overview: The report defines remote services as a set of tools used by end-users to support operations remotely. This includes Virtual Factory Acceptance Tests (FATs), remote support, commissioning, training, monitoring, predictive maintenance, and preventative maintenance.
  2. Usage Trends: Post-Covid-19, 54.1% of end-users have increased their investment in remote services and monitoring. The most utilized remote service is remote support (55.1%), followed by remote monitoring (37.5%). However, virtual FATs and remote commissioning are less popular.
  3. Drivers of Investment: The primary reasons for investing in remote services are reducing machinery downtime, optimizing machine performance, and increasing the speed of support. Cost reduction is less of a priority.
  4. Barriers to Adoption: The main barriers include the cost of service, limited IT skills, and cybersecurity risks. Retrofitting older machinery for remote services is a significant challenge.
  5. Cybersecurity Concerns: Concerns about cybersecurity are substantial, with malware, supply chain attacks, and data theft being the top fears. However, end-users are becoming less concerned as they strengthen IT networks and improve remote access methods.
  6. Interface Challenges: Many end-users face challenges with different remote service interfaces across machines. The majority use multiple interfaces, and only a minority have a unified interface.
  7. Remote Access Methods: Direct VPNs are the most common method for enabling remote access. The use of externally managed secure networks is expected to grow.
  8. Future Outlook: The report suggests that remote services will continue to play a significant role in end-user operations, with a focus on predictive maintenance and overcoming skills gaps.

The report highlights the growing importance and adoption of remote services in the packaging and processing industry, driven by the need to optimize operations and reduce downtime. While there are challenges, particularly in retrofitting older machinery and managing cybersecurity risks, the trend towards increased use of remote services is clear.

In the ever-evolving landscape of the packaging industry, staying informed about the latest trends and data is crucial for businesses and professionals alike. The “3rd Quarter 2023 PMMI Quarterly How’s Business” report, published by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, offers a comprehensive analysis of the current state of the industry. This insightful report covers key aspects such as new orders, quotations/proposal activity, late payments, backlog, supply chain disruptions, and broader economic indicators like the Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), Consumer Price Index (CPI), and Producer Price Index (PPI).

From the contraction and expansion trends in new orders and quotations to the challenges and improvements in supply chain disruptions, the report provides a detailed look at the industry’s performance in the third quarter of 2023. Additionally, it delves into the broader economic context, offering valuable insights into the manufacturing sector’s health and price trends affecting the industry.

Lititz, PA – WEBBER/SMITH Associates, Inc., a leader in engineering design for food manufacturing and distribution facilities, is excited to announce its participation in the upcoming BakingTech 2024. This premier event, renowned in the baking industry, offers a unique platform for professionals to explore the latest trends, technologies, and solutions in the field.

A Glimpse into BakingTech 2024

BakingTech 2024 is set to be a hub of innovation and networking for baking professionals. This expo, known for its comprehensive coverage of the baking industry, provides an ideal stage for companies like WEBBER/SMITH to exhibit their expertise and connect with other industry leaders. The event promises to be a melting pot of ideas, showcasing cutting-edge technologies and groundbreaking approaches in bakery manufacturing.

WEBBER/SMITH Associates, Inc.: Engineering the Future of Food Manufacturing

At WEBBER/SMITH, we pride ourselves on being more than just an engineering firm. Based in Lititz, PA, we offer a full spectrum of in-house engineering services, excluding civil engineering, to design new facilities, renovate existing plants, and provide master planning services. Our focus is primarily on the dairy, meat, prepared foods, and bakery industries. What sets us apart is our specific engineering expertise in areas such as refrigeration, low-temperature buildings, and food processing systems, all while adhering to stringent USDA and FDA food plant sanitation requirements.

Why BakingTech 2024 is Crucial for Us

BakingTech 2024 aligns perfectly with our mission and expertise. As specialists in the design of food manufacturing facilities, particularly in the bakery industry, this expo gives us the opportunity to:

BakingTech 2024 aligns perfectly with our mission and expertise. As specialists in the design of food manufacturing facilities, particularly in the bakery industry, this expo gives us the opportunity to:

  • Showcase Our Expertise: We will be exhibiting our latest projects and innovations, especially those tailored to the bakery industry. This includes showcasing our capabilities in designing efficient, sanitary, and technologically advanced facilities.
  • Network with Industry Leaders: The expo is a gathering of the best in the business. It’s an opportunity for us to connect with potential clients, partners, and industry experts, expanding our professional network.
  • Learn and Grow: By attending seminars and workshops, we aim to stay ahead of industry trends and technological advancements, ensuring that our services remain at the forefront of engineering excellence.
  • Enhance Brand Visibility: Participating in such a prestigious event elevates our brand, positioning WEBBER/SMITH as a key player in the engineering design sector of the food industry.

What to Expect from Us at BakingTech 2024

Visitors to our booth at BakingTech 2024 can expect an interactive experience. Our team of experts will be on hand to discuss our services, share insights into our design processes, and explore potential solutions for your specific needs. We will also be showcasing case studies of our successful projects, demonstrating our commitment to innovation and excellence in engineering design.

Join Us at BakingTech 2024

We invite you to join us at BakingTech 2024 to experience firsthand the passion and expertise that WEBBER/SMITH Associates, Inc. brings to the engineering design industry. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your existing facility, embark on a new project, or simply want to learn more about the latest trends in food manufacturing design, our team is ready to welcome you.

Stay tuned for more updates as we prepare for an exciting and fruitful experience at BakingTech 2024!

Job Title:Structural Design Specialist / Engineer 
Department: Structural Engineering 
Reports To: Structural Team Leader 
Approved Date:   
FLSA Status: Exempt 

Plans, conducts, and coordinates the various phases of structural engineering work for assigned projects. Performs work which involves conventional structural engineering practice but may include a variety of complex features. Work requires a broad knowledge of concrete, steel, and masonry design, and a good working knowledge of food processing and food distribution facilities.  Mission Focus: Professional Development, Excellence in Structural Design Services, Leading Edge Technology, Client Satisfaction. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

  • Must be an effective communicator with client, design team, and contractors in resolving and maintaining project direction. 
  • Works independently and is technically capable of providing most detailed structural calculations and specifications required to develop and define packaging and processing systems and layouts. 
  • Evaluates and recommends most design philosophies for project and determines engineering systems to be provided to meet the project program and client needs. 
  • Proficient with RISA, RAM and/or similar structural design software.  Must have the ability to become proficient in RISA and RAM.   
  • Can clearly outline design alternatives and provide summary of associated benefits/concerns. 
  • Works with other engineers and designers that may be assigned to the project team within the same discipline. 
  • Researches and applies code requirements in design including all necessary contacts with the appropriate local officials to ensure proper code compliance. 
  • Prepares most project specifications. Prepares addenda and bulletins to correct/clarify/alter contract documents when necessary. 
  • Responsible for review of project submittals and shop drawings. 
  • Conducts site surveys to determine conformance with design intent during construction and to evaluate existing conditions during design. Prepares reports to document surveys. 
  • Evaluates and responds to field questions and interprets drawing and specification conflicts; evaluates contractor alternates during bidding and construction. Makes recommendations for the resolution of conflicts. 
  • Evaluates, advises, and implements improvements to project delivery system including design procedures, construction materials, standard designs, etc. 
  • May assist the Structural Team Leader in training other engineers and designers on technical related issues. 
  • Must be familiar with the capabilities and limitations of Revit and AutoCAD 
  • Possesses discipline specific knowledge of regulatory agency guidelines including USDA, FDA, PMO, 3A standards, HACCP, and related issues. 
  • Experience and a working understanding of Windows programs such as Word and Excel as well as discipline specific programs 

A bachelor’s degree in civil or architectural engineering is required at a minimum.  Also, the successful candidate must possess five (5) years, or more, of structural engineering experience.  

FE (Fundamentals of Engineering) certification required.  Being a Registered Professional Engineer is a plus. 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and sit. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to make site visits (travel utilizing air, train, and car) and move freely in customer facilities and construction sites. 

Job Type: Full-time 

Salary: $68,000.00 – $85,000.00 per year 


  • 401(k) 
  • 401(k) matching 
  • Flexible schedule 
  • Health insurance 
  • Health savings account 
  • Paid time off 


  • Monday to Friday 

Supplemental pay types: 

  • Bonus pay 


  • Bachelor’s (Preferred) 


  • Food Industry/Cold Storage Project Management: 5 years (Preferred) 
  • Mechanical or Industrial Engineering: 1 year (Preferred) 

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Lititz, PA 17543 

Exploring some engineering challenges, we spotlight a project by The WEBBER/SMITH Group: a small but intricate dock relocation for a California bakery. This task, necessitated by a state highway expansion impacting the bakery through eminent domain, exemplifies the diverse and intricate nature of engineering in the food industry, highlighting The WEBBER/SMITH Group’s ability to navigate and innovate in face of multifaceted challenges.

Project Overview: The Bakery Dock Relocation Challenge

The dock addition was necessitated by the loss of part of the bakery’s property due to highway expansion. This situation presented unique challenges:

  • Space Constraints: The property reduction led to limited space for the new dock.
  • Complex Coordination: Engagement with numerous stakeholders, including the bakery owner, tenant, lawyers, the County’s Transit Authority, and a civil consultant, was crucial.
  • Legal and Regulatory Navigation: Navigating the complexities of eminent domain and diverse legal requirements.
  • Power Supply Issues: Addressing the relocation of power poles and establishing a new power feed.
  • Parking and Site Restrictions: Balancing the need for parking with the spatial demands of the new dock.
  • Food Safety: The relocated dock introduced complexities in workflow, air ventilation, cross-contamination risks, and temperature management.

Proposed Solutions: Adapting to Constraints

The solutions to these challenges were as inventive as they were essential:

  • Redesigning Dock Access: The dock was reconfigured to allow trucks to back in directly, simplifying logistics.
  • Collaborative Approach: A concerted effort to meet all legal and regulatory standards involved close collaboration with various stakeholders.
  • Adapting to Space Limitations: The design was meticulously planned to utilize the reduced space effectively.
  • Power Infrastructure Redesign: Coordination with the power company was key in managing power pole relocation and new connections.
  • Efficient Use of Limited Space: Strategic placement of the dock and related facilities ensured operational efficiency and parking requirements were met.
  • Food Safe Design: This encompasses the implementation of advanced air filtration systems and hygienic surfaces to meet the highest standards for food safety and cleanliness, along with the creation of distinct zones for different types of food processing, such as raw and cooked foods, to effectively prevent cross-contamination.

Understanding the Project’s Complexity

As Rob Fisher, a seasoned design specialist at The WEBBER/SMITH Group, explains, “This project isn’t just about construction; it’s about navigating a maze of legal and logistical challenges.” This statement highlights the multifaceted nature of engineering projects, where technical expertise must be complemented with strategic problem-solving and effective communication.

Stakeholder Management in Engineering Projects

Effective management of diverse stakeholders was pivotal. Fisher notes, “In projects like these, effective communication is as crucial as technical expertise.” This project’s success depended on harmonizing the needs and inputs of multiple parties to create a cohesive and functional design.

Food Safety Solutions

As we navigated the complexities of the bakery dock relocation, our team prioritized food safety at every step. Our design strategy included the implementation of strategic zoning within the bakery to effectively separate different food processing areas and shipping zones, rigorously adhering to health and safety standards. These actions are a testament to our commitment to integrating advanced food safety solutions in our engineering designs. By embracing the principles of sanitary facility design such as managing material flows, controlling environmental conditions, and preventing contamination, we ensure that our projects not only meet but exceed the highest standards of food safety and hygiene.

Legal and Regulatory Challenges

Dealing with eminent domain and property rights, alongside local regulations and state laws, added layers of complexity to the project. “Every legal hurdle is an opportunity to innovate and adapt our design strategy,” Fisher asserts, underlining the importance of a flexible and innovative mindset in overcoming legal challenges.

Collaborative Problem-Solving

Collaboration was a cornerstone of this project. “Collaboration isn’t just about working together; it’s about blending diverse expertise to create the best possible solution,” Fisher remarks. This approach was vital in integrating different perspectives and skills to address the project’s challenges comprehensively.

Technical Challenges and Innovative Solutions

Addressing the technical challenges, particularly in adapting to limited space and managing the power supply, underscored the project’s complexity. “Engineering is not just about building structures; it’s about foreseeing challenges and preemptively addressing them,” Fisher explains, emphasizing the proactive nature of effective engineering.

Project Outcome

This bakery dock addition project, though small in scale, presented a microcosm of the complex challenges and innovative solutions that define The WEBBER/SMITH Group’s approach to engineering design in the food industry. It showcases their capability to navigate multifaceted challenges with agility and creativity, solidifying their position as a leader in the field.

About The WEBBER/SMITH Group

The WEBBER/SMITH Group, along with its related corporations AE Design, Inc., and EA Design Concepts, Inc., brings a wealth of expertise to the table. Specializing in the design of food manufacturing and distribution facilities, they offer comprehensive solutions, including in-house engineering disciplines and a deep understanding of USDA and FDA requirements. Their work in industries like dairy, meat, prepared foods, and bakery not only meets the necessary standards but also sets new benchmarks in food-safe environment design.

In the discipline of structural engineering, especially in the food and beverage manufacturing industry, collaboration is essential. At WEBBER/SMITH Associates, Inc., we pride ourselves on our ability to integrate various engineering disciplines to create structures that are not only robust and compliant but also tailored to the unique needs of our clients. This collaborative approach is crucial in navigating the complexities of modern structural engineering.

Collaborative Dynamics in Structural Engineering

Structural engineering is a field that requires meticulous attention to detail. In the food and beverage sector, this is compounded by stringent regulatory requirements and specific client needs. Rich Thibeault, Manager of the Structural Engineering Department at WEBBER/SMITH, highlights the importance of this integration, stating, “Working closely with other disciplines ensures compliance with building codes and aligns with the specific needs of MEP systems.”

This statement underscores the essence of our collaborative approach. Structural engineering cannot operate in isolation. It requires a symphony of expertise, where mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and architectural disciplines come together to create a harmonious and efficient structure.

Incorporating Unique Structural Challenges

In the food and beverage processing and distribution industry, there are unique challenges with structural engineering. Our Structural Engineering professionals are adept at low and medium temperature building design, understanding the nuances of expansion/contraction, temperature gradients, and the impact of different room temperatures on structural components. We consider factors such as seismic zone requirements, wind shear, and snow load in our designs, ensuring durability and compliance.

Integrating Disciplines for Comprehensive Solutions

At WEBBER/SMITH, we understand that integrating various engineering disciplines is crucial for the success of any project. For instance, in most food processing plants, the placement of heavy equipment, the need for temperature control, and the routing of electrical and plumbing systems all have implications on the structural design. The coordination between the structural team and other engineering disciplines ensures that these factors are considered from the outset, leading to a more streamlined and effective design process.

Navigating Complex Building Codes and Client Needs

One of the most challenging aspects of structural engineering in the food and beverage industry is navigating the complex web of state-specific building codes. Thibeault notes, “Each state has its own licensing and building code requirements. Our job is to ensure compliance across these diverse regulations.” This is where the collaborative spirit of WEBBER/SMITH shines. By bringing together experts from various fields, we can tackle these complexities more effectively, ensuring that our designs not only comply with the codes but also align with our clients’ operational needs.

Addressing Specific Design Requirements

Many of our clients have washdown chemicals that we need to consider when selecting structural components and designing production platforms. Our designs incorporate chemical resistance, where needed, and smooth, washable surfaces in food-safe production spaces. We also specialize in handling unique structural design loads, including walk-on ceilings, conveyors, process and utility piping, as well as vibrating and shaking equipment.

The Role of Technology in Enhancing Collaboration

Advancements in technology have significantly enhanced our ability to collaborate effectively. Thibeault mentions the adoption of new software like RISA, which allows for more sophisticated structural analysis and design. Additionally, the integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) systems has revolutionized how different engineering disciplines collaborate, allowing for a more cohesive and integrated design process.

Enhanced Structural Options for Food Plant Engineering

Incorporating insights from Food Plant Engineering, we recognize the variety of structural framing and equipment support options available for operations. The optimal choice depends on factors such as the type of food processing or storage, sanitation requirements, building size and height, and equipment locations. Options like conventional framing, concrete pre-cast, box-inside-box, rigid frame, platforms, and foundations each offer unique advantages and must be carefully considered in the design process. This further emphasizes the need for a collaborative approach, as each option impacts various aspects of the facility’s design and functionality.

The Future of Collaborative Structural Engineering at WEBBER/SMITH

Looking ahead, the importance of collaboration in structural engineering will only continue to grow. As the food and beverage industry evolves, with new processing technologies and changing regulatory landscapes, the need for cohesive and integrated engineering solutions becomes even more critical.

At WEBBER/SMITH, we are committed to staying at the forefront of this evolution. Our collaborative approach, combined with our deep expertise in the food and beverage sector, positions us uniquely to meet the challenges of the future. As Thibeault aptly puts it, “Our goal is to not just meet the current standards but to anticipate and be ready for future developments in the industry.”

Unprecedented Global Gathering at IPPE 2024

The International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) 2024 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta is not just an event; it’s a pivotal global gathering for professionals in the meat, poultry, egg, and animal food industries. Representing a diverse mix of C-level management, sales, marketing, operations, engineering, and R&D professionals, IPPE 2024 stands as a testament to the industry’s commitment to innovation and excellence.

Exploring Cutting-Edge Technology and Services

IPPE 2024 showcases an extensive range of the latest technology, equipment, services, and products. The expo floors buzz with excitement, as over 1,000 exhibitors from around the world display solutions that are shaping the future of food production. Attendees have the unique opportunity to witness firsthand the latest in processing equipment, packaging solutions, and technological advancements in the animal food industry.

Networking and Business Development Opportunities

One of the core reasons to attend IPPE is the unparalleled networking opportunities it provides. It’s a space where industry leaders and newcomers alike can build relationships, find new suppliers and vendors, and connect with colleagues. This year’s event promises to foster these connections more than ever, offering a platform for meaningful discussions, partnership formations, and knowledge sharing among global professionals.

Learning from Industry Experts and Thought Leaders

IPPE 2024 is not just about showcasing products; it’s also a hub for learning and professional growth. The event features seminars and panels led by industry experts, providing insights into the latest research, best practices, and emerging trends in the meat, poultry, and egg industries. These sessions are invaluable for anyone looking to stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly evolving animal food sector.

IPPE 2024 Floor Plan

The Global Impact of IPPE

Reflecting on the 2023 IPPE, which welcomed attendees from 125 countries, IPPE 2024 is set to have an even more significant global impact. The diversity of the attendees not only enhances the learning and networking experience but also provides a broader perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing the global animal food industry.

Why IPPE 2024 Is a Must-Attend Event

For anyone involved in the production and processing of eggs, meat, poultry, or animal feed, IPPE 2024 is an unmissable event. It’s where the latest innovations are unveiled, where the industry’s future is discussed, and where the global community comes together to envision and shape the future of animal food production. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or new to the field, IPPE 2024 offers an unparalleled experience for growth, learning, and connection.

WEBBER/SMITH Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that Ben Reeder, our Director of Business Development & Marketing, has been elected as the Vice-Chair of the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA) Design-Build Network.

The FPSA Design-Build Network is a dynamic collective of architects, designers, engineers, constructors, and industry specialists. It is dedicated to pioneering innovative solutions in the food and beverage industry through a design-build approach. The Network emphasizes collaboration and knowledge-sharing, aiming to enhance the development of food processing facilities for the benefit of the industry and its consumers.

In his role as Vice-Chair, Ben Reeder will contribute to the Network’s mission, bringing his experience and insight to this collaborative endeavor. His involvement represents an exciting opportunity to further the goals of the Network and enrich the broader food processing community.

The FPSA Design-Build Network continues to be a driving force in shaping the future of food processing facilities, focusing on innovation, efficiency, and sustainability. We are enthusiastic about the potential advancements and industry contributions that will stem from this collaborative effort.

For further details and to stay updated on the FPSA Design-Build Network’s initiatives, please visit https://www.fpsa.org/networks/

At The WEBBER/SMITH Group, we’re not just engineering structures; we’re crafting the future of food manufacturing and distribution. Our passion for excellence is evident in every project, whether in distribution centers and campuses or in processing facilities for dairy, meat, prepared foods, or bakery goods. We delve deep into the heart of the supply chain and food industry, leveraging our extensive suite of engineering and architectural disciplines to meet its unique demands.

Innovation: Tailored Solutions, Exceptional Outcomes

Our Architect, Eric Eshbach, who leads the department, understands that innovation and code / regulation compliance go hand in hand. “Each project is an opportunity to challenge the status quo, ensuring every design meets the rigorous sanitation standards of the USDA and FDA along with the life safety requirements of the building code. It’s more than just aesthetics; it’s about creating spaces where operational efficiency and safety are paramount.”

Architectural Design: A Fusion of Form and Function

Designing food-safe environments for buildings in the food and beverage industry is a complex challenge with its own unique parameters. Eric explains, “We’re not merely designing a box to house some product; we’re crafting spaces that ensure food safety and quality and enhance the workplace environment.” Planning and designing these types of facilities requires a wholistic view and understanding of all engineering disciplines involved and necessitates meticulous attention to detail. At The WEBBER/SMITH Group we commit ourselves to these aspects, ensuring every project meets the highest standards of safety and functionality.

Advancement: Harnessing the Power of Technology

Embracing technological advancements is at the core of our innovative spirit. The integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has transformed our design process, allowing for extraordinary collaboration and precision. “BIM is more than a tool; it has revolutionized how we tackle complex challenges and develop effective solutions,” says Eric. This technology enables us to visualize, simulate, and analyze a facility’s functionality before its construction, allowing for the clearest path to a successful project.

Philosophy: Design as a Reflection of Brand Essence

Our building designs are more than structures; they’re a manifestation of a company’s brand identity. Every design choice, from the broad strokes to the smallest of details, like door handles, mirrors the brand’s ethos. This philosophy means that our designs do more than function; they communicate a message, enhancing a company’s market position and fortifying its brand image.

Sustainability: A Commitment to the Future

We recognize the significant environmental impact of the food industry and are committed to creating designs that are not just efficient but environmentally responsible. “We seek for our designs to be forward-thinking, robust and have longevity in order to adapt to future needs and demands.”

Service: A Client-Centric Journey

Every client brings unique challenges and needs. As architects our role is to understand these and create a solution to them in our designs. We endeavor to serve our client and this approach ensures that our solutions are not only innovative but also aligned with each client’s specific requirements and corporate culture.

Forging the Future of Food-Safe Design

Looking to the future, we stay committed to growth and change in architecture and engineering. “The industry is evolving, and our approach and designs must as well,” Eshbach asserts. At The WEBBER/SMITH Group we’re dedicated to pushing the boundaries, ensuring that we continue to be pioneers in comprehensive, future-ready, client-based solutions for the supply chain and food industry.