Food Industry Project Development

Food Industry Project Development – Industrial Design Build

Food Industry Project Development
– Gannett Fleming Project Development Corporation (GFPDC) provides complete Industrial Design Build and Construction Management services to owners in both the public and private sectors.


Through affiliated companies, GFPDC provides the professional services required during the Industrial Design Build process including architecture, interior design, surveying, subsurface investigations, testing, hazardous materials evaluation, and appropriate engineering disciplines. Food Industry Project Development is performed by owner-approved subcontractors under contract to GFPDC. We are also a licensed contractor in several states from coast to coast.


GFPDC is unique within the Food Industry in that the firm is led by engineering professionals with years of Industrial Design Build and Construction Management experience on a variety of Food Industry Project Development engagements.


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About Gannett Fleming Project Development Corporation
GFPDC is a national firm with its corporate office located in Camp Hill, PA, several regional offices, numerous field offices, and employees throughout the United States. Our teams include LEED® accredited professionals; certified commissioning agents; certified energy managers; and NEBB® and ENV SP.

We provide complete project delivery services including: Construction, Construction Management @ Risk and Design-Build for new construction and renovation projects in the public and private sectors. We are a licensed pre-qualified prime contractor in numerous states. We deliver a complete project as a single source of responsibility that clients can rely upon for finished projects that meet their criteria for quality, schedule, safety and cost. We have the ability to fast track projects and provide value engineering throughout the project. We reduce cost as well as owner liability, risk, and coordination efforts.

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