Dedicated to the Food Industry
Our expertise allows us to understand the unique requirements of food manufacturing facilities.
Creating Food-Safe Environments.
The WEBBER/SMITH Group® branded companies are independent full-service Engineering and Building Design firms providing food-safe, comprehensive, and sustainable engineering and building design solutions to the Food & Beverage industry.
Utilizing our Project BIM design systems and processes expertise, we work with 3d models, data-rich, not only containing physical properties but functional data as well, creating true virtual models that can be leveraged through-out the design process.
Because of FAGE’s authentic recipe, AE Design, Inc. designed a facility which took the right combination of pasteurization, separation, and culture processes to meet the specific consistency of their thickand creamy Greek yogurt product.
To meet the high through-put requirement of GFS’s comprehensive logistic plan, we designed a 105’ tall warehouse to increase space utilization in which the automated storage and retrieval system also provided structural support for the building.
Our creative design allowed the client to re-purpose an existing process area into a new ingredient batching space that eliminated the need for mezzanines and our design automated the juice batching which reduced product waste and increased production.
Learn the basics of modern refrigeration systems directly from our design team. The WEBBER/SMITH Group is offering workshops on the Industrial Refrigeration Process and Regulations for operators, decision makers, or personnel involved in refrigeration and the PSM/RMP regulations.
WEBBER/SMITH was tasked with designing a new facility that integrated a manufacturing facility with the operations of a corporate headquarters, retail factory outlet and distribution facility.
Create a modern processing plant in which the operation not only had to be functional, it had to be designed in a manner that complimented the architectural design and allowed for unobstructed views from the external glass wall and internal viewing hallway.