Food Engineering June 2011 by Joyce Fassl

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The survey indicated that 16 percent of AE/Cs are already doing international projects, and another 18 percent are looking favorably to international projects in the future. “Greenfield projects have been few and far between in the domestic market with the majority of greenfield activity occurring in the international markets— China, Russia and India tending to see more activity,” says Darryl Wernimont, POWER Engineers’ market specialist for food, beverage and consumer products. Besides the lack of CAPEX for greenfield projects, there is another factor contributing to the small number of startups, says Tyler Cundiff, manager of business development at Gray Construction.

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