Cold Storage Warehouse and Food Distribution Center

700,000 SF cold storage warehouse, manufacturing and distribution facility finish-out / retrofit in Texas.

Cold Storage Warehouse, Manufacturing and Food Distribution

  • Photo of Cold Storage Warehouse and Food Distribution Center from General Contractor Bob Moore Construction company
  • Photo of Cold Storage Warehouse and Food Distribution Center from General Contractor Bob Moore Construction company

Project Summary

700,000 SF highly complex distribution center, food production, cold storage facility and office retrofit / finish-out in Texas, by Bob Moore Construction.

  • Categories:

    • Distribution Center
    • Warehouse Building
    • Manufacturing
    • Tilt-Up Construction
    • General Contractor
  • Owner / Developer: Confidential
    Architect: Confidential

Project Detail

cold storage warehouse, food manufacturing and distribution facility project is a 700,000 SF finish-out / retrofit of an existing warehouse in Texas, in which Bob Moore Construction, acting as design-builder, transformed an empty shell building that had never been previously occupied into a highly complex distribution center, cold storage facility and office.

The design/build team combined to deliver a remarkable facility. This new warehouse / distribution center is designed to support the packaging, storage and distribution of refrigerated and non-refrigerated foods.

The new cold storage warehouse and distribution facility includes six independent temperature zones, including:

  • ice cream room;
  • 0° freezer with cold dock;
  • 34° refrigerated area;
  • 65° conditioned storage area;
  • dry storage area for non-refrigerated foods and products and future freezer space;
  • Food preparation area - A temperature- and ventilation-controlled area with insulated metal panel walls and ceilings that houses 13 separate rooms for the preparing and packaging of food items.

Refrigeration is controlled at the various levels with an extensive industrial ammonia refrigeration system and insulated metal panel walls and ceilings. An underfloor glycol warming system beneath the freezer areas prevents the slab from freezing

In addition, the facility features extensive space for employee offices, restrooms and break rooms.

To support the dozens of electricity-powered forklifts used in the warehouse, the facility includes three separate battery charging rooms, each with the space, racking and power sources to charge dozens of vehicular batteries.



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North Texas Cold Storage Warehouse and Food Distribution Center - Dallas, Texas



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