Michael Grochowski, S.E., P.E., LEED AP BD+C
Michael Grochowski, S.E., P.E., LEED AP BD+C
Senior Structural Engineer
 

Michael has a broad range of experience in the A&E industry, acting in various roles including Senior Structural Engineer and Design Project Manager. His diverse design and project management experience extend into both the public and private sectors, and incorporate all materials of construction. Michael has more than 16 years of industry experience including nine years with Stellar.

4 Tips to Get Your New Process Facility ‘Off the Ground’

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4 Tips to Get Your New Process Facility 'Off the Ground'

Facilities that support process operations produce some of the most expensive and complex buildings in the world. And they run the gamut: “Process operations” can range from baking desserts such as cakes to processing raw meat for grocery operations, to manufacturing parts and components for U.S. Navy submarines. 

So what do facilities across such diverse markets have in common besides being founded on their process? For one, the costly and painful struggle of getting the project started. Many times, important early stages are executed out-of-order or even too late. Let’s look at four recommendations that may seem obvious, but if executed properly, will take some of the pain out of beginning your next process facility.