Halls for refrigeration and cold-storage operations are used for long-term storage of fruits, vegetables, meats, fish and processed foods at controlled low temperatures. Given the requirement to ensure a specific temperature, the design and construction of such facilities must incorporate building materials and components which ensure suitable thermal insulation and gas tightness. Building this type of hall requires top quality and careful installation of partitions to ensure suitable thermal and moisture performance.
Cold-storage facilities, including those for fruit and vegetable sorting, meat and processed meat storage, must meet a number of technical and operational requirements. Cold stores are often affected by reverse transfer of heat and moisture through the partitions due to the lower inside temperature relative to the ambient conditions. Therefore, the construction of this type of building should be ordered from experts familiar with the physics of an engineered structure to ensure that the partitions are designed properly. Another crucial aspect of a cold store design is to provide for easy cleaning and disinfection of all areas.
When designing and building cooling and cold-storage facilities, our experienced designers and engineers guarantee to satisfy all these requirements, while offering an optimum and cost-effective solution to the customer.
We have long-standing of experience as the general contractor for storage, production and cold-storage halls. We have expanded a fruit sorting plant and built a storage hall – an anaerobic cold store for fruit for ELITA Fruit Producers Group, and built a cold store for Warszawski Rolno-Spożywczy Rynek Hurtowy S.A.