Rembrandt Foods

Various Locations | Food + Industrial

Overview

ISG has been a long-time partner of Rembrandt Foods, helping the company meet its processing goals through the design of water/wastewater systems and efficient facilities.

Opportunity

Rembrandt Foods needs to maintain its leading egg ingredient production through enhancements to facilities and the implementation of innovative water solutions.

Solution

As the leading egg ingredient producer in the U.S., Rembrandt Foods regularly calls on ISG to provide services on many of its facilities throughout the Midwest. To help Rembrandt effectively and efficiently fulfill its processing goals, ISG has designed water and wastewater facilities and systems such as lagoons, new wells, and water and wastewater piping infrastructure. The team also produced technical reports that include HVAC studies of building pressures and temperatures. ISG has also led infrastructure and building improvements, including plant-wide water loop design for access to Reverse Osmosis (RO) treated water, evaluations of egg laying buildings, and designs to enhance raw materials and egg receiving, egg breaking, product transfer, and product packaging areas.

ISG has provided electrical engineering services including back-up power generator design, selection, and procurement, as well as site and building electrical infrastructure, lighting, and controls design. This necessitates reviewing site electrical infrastructure, analyzing existing and planned demand, and coordinating design with the electrical utility. Other ISG services include the design of raw material warehousing, new production facilities, equipment foundations, and mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.


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