Process-specific General Construction

CC-icon-truckWright Process Systems offers process plants more than a typical general contractor. We bring decades of experience to process-specific plant construction projects and food-related design-builds. As a licensed general contractor, we have extensive experience building facilities to adhere to food codes such as PMO, USDA requirements, and 3A requirements, among others. We source a wide range of products and systems to custom-build facilities that are an exact fit for our customers’ needs. The key is to design and build a plant that ultimately benefits the final product, not just a generic big box building. From excavation and grading to site improvements and concrete work, Wright Process Systems builds everything to order.

Process-specific General Construction News & Articles


Taking stock at year-end

The holiday season, from Halloween to New Year’s Day, centers around food for so many people. From a caramel apple that people savor once a year to that seasonal craft beer with a holiday meal, special foods and beverages hold a place of honor for everyone...

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Good planning and design can help eliminate challenges with start-up breweries

There is no substitute for experience when it comes to beverage plant design
Wright Process is in the midst of an exciting new brewery installation project, so excellent planning and design for the beer and distilled spirits industry is on our mind. Both are growing market segments, and new breweries and distilleries are opening all the time...

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California grants for sustainability efforts

Equipment designers and manufacturers that are based in, or serve, California should be aware of the CEC’s opportunities for grant funding on projects that help reduce electricity and water usage...

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News from Process Expo 2015

Representatives from Wright Process Systems take the time at this event to learn more about innovations in the industry that can help our customers enhance and improve their systems...

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Water’s impact on the manufacturing economy

In a recent article, Area Development highlighted water availability as an increasingly important consideration for companies as they select manufacturing and headquarters locations...

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Designing a more efficient food plant

Food and beverage facilities tend to have some of the highest demand in terms of energy consumption, but the why behind that fact can be difficult to pin down because each type of food and beverage facility...

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Choosing the right site

If it’s time to expand, it might be time to consider new locations for your food production facilities. Depending on the food you produce and the consumer market you are trying to reach, a foray into a new state (or states) might make good sense...

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Upgrade or new build?

Helping food manufacturers decide between upgrades to an existing facility vs. a ground-up rebuild. In its annual Plant Construction Survey, Food Engineering magazine reported that both new construction and upgrades to existing facilities were on the increase...

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Flexibility, safety and efficiency are top considerations in food plant design

Building a plant from the ground up offers a food manufacturing company the ability to design specific to product and customer needs. A custom design and build can help address food codes and food safety, as well as a company’s need for maximum efficiency and ease-of-use...

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