Project Description

Parmalat Canada – Winnipeg Dairy Plant


About the Project 

Parmalat Canada needed to develop a new dairy processing facility around Winnipeg, Manitoba. The proposed new dairy replaced three existing dairies currently located in Manitoba and is considered to be near the end of their practical lives. The new facility consists of an approximate area of 130,000 square feet and includes fluid milk receiving, processing and packaging in various formats (bags, jugs, gable-top cartons) for retail distribution and sale, warehousing and distribution, future drying operations, and potentially other processes to be installed in the future (cheese, butter, etc.).

The facility and process were designed and constructed to meet or exceed the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and National Dairy Regulation and Code Sector Interpretive Guideline Requirements for dairy processing facilities and in full compliance with Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) principles. The project construction start date was late 2015. The facility itself features an office building, a utility building, milk receiving bays and silos storage, a milk processing plant (pre-treatment and storage, bottling and packaging), a dry warehouse, a refrigerated warehouse and employee parking with truck access roads and fully landscaped grounds.

Project Details


Parmalat Canada


Construction Management

project schedule

20 Months


$50 Million

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