ESI Design’s services can be performed independently, or combined for a single-source, design-build approach.
ESI has vast experience with standard to highly complex AS/RS systems with integrated order picking. Our services include logistics modeling, network strategies, material handling with planning studies, ROI reports, systems engineering, capacity studies, automated material handling system design, engineering and procurement, and lastly overall system installation project management.
Our client base has afforded ESI Group the opportunity to expand into commercial projects. ESI’s professional designers and construction management team offer site development, master planning, space utilization planning, interior design, facility programming, and facility design layout services with the option to achieve LEED certification.
Our clients take action to stay innovative even behind the scenes. From customized and trendy presentation rooms to high tech kitchen equipment, they demand an architectural style that will portray their image positively to clients. ESI architects and engineers make that happen, from prep kitchens to formal product tasting areas to large training areas.
If your affected by a disaster or emergency, let ESI put our experience to work in your time of crisis. Our immediate response will focus efforts to ensure the life and safety of all persons involved. Secondary efforts will focus on reducing product loss, maintaining operations and minimizing impact to customer service. Our services will include design and engineering, structural and building damage assessment as well as development and implementation of an immediate remediation action plan.
The action plan serves to assist clients to implement immediate safety initiatives, eliminate future damage and aid in building remediation efforts which will allow daily operations to continue on a limited basis and reduce financial exposure.
Disasters and emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere. Help your facility prepare for these possible events by using the provided checklists to take steps to plan for hazards in your areas. Prepare for the worst case scenario by creating emergency supply stockpiles and prepare an emergency phone number list. See the Federal Emergency Management Agency for further information.
ESI Group is your trusted design-build expert for planning, design, and construction of your food distribution needs. Additional capabilities include site acquisition assistance, building capacity studies, facility programming, site analysis and distribution center layouts as well as material handling analysis, systems engineering, controls and instrumentation. As members of the USGBC we can achieve any level of LEED certification through our design, architecture, engineering and construction management specialists.
ESI Group offers unique solutions for all your food process facility needs. ESI follows USDA, FDA, AMI, AIB, GFSI initiatives as well as phase implementation programs. Additional services include; process flow diagram development, piping and instrumentation, equipment specification, selection, and layout, as well as piping design and layout. We also offer sustainability in design and lean manufacturing and can achieve any level of LEED certification through our innovative design, architecture, engineering and construction management personnel.
LEED® , or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is transforming the way we think about how our buildings and communities are designed, constructed, maintained and operated across the globe. At ESI we are LEEDing the way to more efficient food facilities.
Some projects have unusual circumstances that require an aggressive schedule. At ESI Group we are able to strategically complete our construction documents in phases thus allowing the design schedule to minimally impact construction.
To support the Food Logistics Division of our owners business most new and existing food facility projects will include an onsite Fleet Maintenance Building, also known as a Truck/Transportation Service Center. Here, tractors and trailers can fuel up, maintenance and repair work can be performed, and a thorough wash given. More often these valuable facilities are being added due to the convenience of keeping tractor and trailers on site and in proper operating order. Depending on the size of the fleet, these buildings often increase efficiencies and add to the bottom line by eliminating the need for outside fleet maintenance services.