Working with sister company Shambaugh & Son L.P, Dynalectric Company (Colorado) installed electrical infrastructure at Kroger’s new 215,000-square-foot dairy plant, which features processing, storage, refrigeration, and administrative spaces.
To meet food-grade sanitation and health requirements, Dynalectric Colorado installed electrical equipment following special procedures. Because 90 percent of the building was a steel structure with insulated metal panels on the walls and ceilings, our team had to develop unique solutions to fasten hangers, cable trays, and equipment.
Kroger sought to build a new 215,000-square-foot dairy plant to better serve its local and national markets.
Dynalectric Colorado’s scope of work included:
- Process control systems for:
- Dairy processing equipment
- Conveyor systems
- Automated warehousing systems
- Ammonia and refrigeration systems
- Boiler systems
- Fiber-optic cabling
- A telecommunications system
- Security and access control systems
- Structured cabling
Kroger is a major supermarket company based in Cincinnati, OH.