J. Peter Clark

Converting an existing building to use as a food processing facility is fairly common and often tempting because it would seem to be less expensive than building a new facility from scratch. Sadly, it is not always less expensive, and it usually involves some compromises in design and construction. However, done properly, with experienced leadership, creative reuse of an existing building can be a satisfactory solution to a need for additional capacity.

Why Convert?
First, why might we need additi…

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