Twin Falls, ID
Shambaugh was the prime Design-Build partner for Chobani’s new Greek yogurt plant, performing all mechanical, electrical, ammonia refrigeration, fire protection, and utility piping systems work.
Shambaugh met tight turnaround times for the design, planning, and execution of an ammonia refrigeration system expansion at a large subzero warehouse with two dock areas and two freezer spaces for this food processing facility.
Shambaugh handled a fast-track Design-Build retrofit project for Dreyer’s, doubling their ice cream production capacity by adding a 950-ton, high-stage refrigeration system.
Shambaugh dual-designed an energy-efficient ammonia refrigerant system for one of Edy’s plants. The system was prefabricated at Shambaugh’s shop off-site, promoting cost-efficient installation.
Shambaugh provided engineering, design, fabrication, and installation to convert a beverage company’s anhydrous ammonia process cooling system to a distributed, pumped glycol cooling system.
Shambaugh engineered and installed a machinery room expansion that helped achieve additional cooling capacity, greater temperature accuracy, cooling tower and chiller redundancy, and high-tech monitoring.
This client commissioned Shambaugh to design, engineer, and install a totally self-contained, 300-ton ammonia glycol chiller package. Shambaugh leveraged its extensive prefabrication capabilities to facilitate cost-efficient installation.
For the cheese and whey protein manufacturing facility, Shambaugh designed and constructed a new refrigeration system to solve the client’s production and post-production objectives.
Shambaugh was awarded the construction of a 1,700-ton refrigeration system that employed the use of both Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) refrigerants. They leveraged a team of refrigeration experts to execute this complex project with a less-common chemical compound.
Shambaugh was the single-source, turnkey partner on a project that entailed converting a Pepsi plant from direct ammonia cooling to a distributed glycol system. At project completion, facility charge was reduced by 1,500 lbs.
Shambaugh was responsible for the on-site construction management, architectural, civil, structural, process, MEP, refrigeration, and automation disciplines during a project to replace the evaporative condensers, platform, and controls at an Ohio Pepsi plant.
Shambaugh was the single-source, turnkey partner on a project that entailed converting a Pepsi plant from direct ammonia cooling to a distributed glycol system.
This installation project featured a prefabricated modular equipment skid for a state-of-the-art, 900-ton centralized ammonia refrigeration system. Shambaugh used 3D modeling to ensure accurate dimensions and meet limited real estate parameters.
Shambaugh provided conceptual and final food processing engineering and design for a new dairy facility, including the commercial refrigeration systems, electrical and process control systems, and conceptual layouts and master plan for the freezer warehouse expansion.
This Design-Build construction project consisted of a centralized industrial ammonia refrigeration system that provided the cooling required for several new process lines and the installation of two new -20°F storage freezers and a +35°F dock.
Shambaugh completed the installation of a two-stage/three suction level refrigeration system, including 18 compressors and a centralized control system that allowed for critical process temperature control and the integration of an ammonia monitoring system.
Shambaugh designed, prefabricated, and installed complete refrigeration solutions for Wolverine Packing Company’s new cold storage freezer warehouse.