Cenex Harvest States (CHS)

Minnesota | agriculture

Overview

ISG has worked with Cenex Harvest States (CHS) on a number of its food processing and oilseed processing facilities.


Opportunity

With a wide range of facility types, CHS has broad architecture and engineering needs as it expands and improves its buildings.

Solution

Cenex Harvest States is an international energy, transportation and food processing company, operating several large oilseed processing facilities in southern Minnesota. CHS has utilized a wide variety of ISG professional services including the expert capabilities of the architectural and engineering groups. ISG projects completed for CHS in the recent years include scalehouse improvements, a flour building addition, several expansions and numerous structural analyses.


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