Cargill - Ft. Morgan, CO

The updated process plant is fully USDA compliant and uses and advanced ammonia refrigeration system.

Cargill needed to renovate and expand their slaughter plant in Ft. Morgan, CO in order to add a production line for finely textured beef.

Cargill wanted a facility planning partner for this project, and selected Food Tech to perform a feasibility study because of their high design-build standards. Food Tech conducted significant structural, refrigeration, process, and utility engineering, which enabled them to determine how to best and most affordably integrate the new operation into Cargill’s existing plant. 

The updated beef process plant is fully compliant with United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations and uses an advanced ammonia refrigeration system. 

During this project, Food Tech delivered the following:

  • Facility master planning
  • Process plant renovations and expansions
  • USDA meat processing compliance
  • Ammonia refrigeration 

Cargill is a world renowned leader in food production and agricultural services. Founded over 150 years ago in 1865, the company now provides services to 70 countries/regions across the globe and employs over 150,000 workers.