Wiley to deliver ready-to-eat egg production facility
The $13 million plant has been dubbed ‘Stage One’ and marks the beginning of a new era of development for Sunny Queen. The project consolidates two existing Sunny Queen operations - Carole Park and Yatala - to create a unified world-class egg processing facility that will become the company’s primary production hub.
Wiley was selected from a group of six tenders following a three-month redesign from which Wiley assumed responsibility for design of the structural elements. Wiley will also take an active role in monitoring the design with a view to identifying further cost savings throughout the project.
Wiley’s Business Development Director Andrew Newby described the facility as a ‘new breed’ of integrated food manufacturing, storage and distribution facility.
“This project is a strategic win for Wiley,” Newby said. “We thrive on these opportunities to work with clients like Sunny Queen Australia who are willing to make smart investments in innovative, future-focused food facilities.
“It will be this new breed of food producers that will lead the way to meeting ever-increasing food demands here in Australia, in Asia and globally.”
Wiley has entered a detailed design phase that will culminate in site establishment in June 2013. Completion of Stage One construction is expected in February 2014.
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