September 12, 2019

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Epstein was pleased to attend the official groundbreaking for WholeStone Farms Phase I renovation and expansion program this past Friday, September 6th.

WholeStone recently purchased an existing pork processing plant from Hormel Foods Corporation in Fremont, Nebraska. Prior to the public announcement of this purchase, Epstein worked with WholeStone to develop a multi-year, multi-phase program that will improve both the plant and its operations with the goal of making the plant competitive with modern plants of recent construction.

The Phase I renovation and expansion program features a new CO2 stunning facility, carcass cooling expansion and employee area and office expansion, all of which was designed, engineering and is being built by Epstein.

Representing Epstein at the event were: Randy Tharp, Vice President and Director of DesignBuild, Nick Hawkins, Project Executive, Mike McNulty, Construction Project Engineer, and Chris Macko, Senior Project Architect.

Epstein is very pleased to be a trusted DesignBuild consultant for WholeStone Farms, and looks forward to helping deliver these new state-of-the-art facilities.