4 Steps For A Smooth Facility Shutdown
The word “shutdown” to manufacturing and production facilities renders hesitation. Every day, hour, and second is money lost when production lines are offline[…]
Ball Corporation, an aluminum can manufacturer, precisely lays out their facilities to streamline their production processes, maximizing their space, workforce, and time. To help them achieve this at their Fort Atkinson, WI facility, JP Cullen performed installation of new equipment and conveyors as well as structural modifications to the existing mezzanine layout to accommodate the new equipment on three automated production lines.
JP Cullen worked with a beverage packaging company on upgrading conveyors in their Texas plant. By using rigid deadlines and aggressively scheduled shutdowns, JP Cullen was able to demo current conveyors, platforms, and other equipment, while also installing steel framing as well as new conveyors and other equipment in order to keep up with the demand of production.
JP Cullen team builds additions, meat storage, electrical rooms, and processing areas for confidential food client that was kept on schedule through delays.
The Fortune 500 Food Company's plant produces 55,000 pounds of corn products each day, so shutting down the plant for equipment installation was not an option. Learn more about how JP Cullen developed an execution plan that required no shut down period for the client allowing them to run their normal production.
When a Fortune 500 Food Company asked JP Cullen to install a large piece of new equipment in a tight space in a legacy building, we knew that “best guesses” wouldn’t get the job done. So we brought in our latest digital modeling tools including a 3D scanner, which revealed everything we needed to know about the building’s structure and infrastructure.
We partner with Fortune 500 companies focusing on projects inside the plant, including installing equipment and production lines, to help them resume operations 20% earlier than planned and decrease construction costs by 8.2%.
Project Overview: JP Cullen worked with a Colorado based packaging company on upgrading conveyors in their Texas plant. By using rigid deadlines and aggressively scheduled [...]
The Challenges When a Fortune 500 food and beverage company asked us to install a large piece of new equipment in a tight space in [...]
Project Overview: Beginning in the winter of 2018 through the summer of 2019, JP Cullen worked in Iowa to help a food processing company expand [...]
Located in Northern California, we set out to take on a 30,000 square foot process & packaging line for an almond processing company. The project [...]