Request Foods Greenly St Facility


Classic Engineering

Classic Engineering provided Structural and HVAC Engineering services on Request Food’s new food processing and production facility.  An aggressive design build schedule with multiple trades and processes to coordinate made this project an exciting challenge.  

Dan Vos Construction Co.

This fast-track project is Request Food's new 200,000 sq ft. food processing and production facility.

Winner of 2012 ABC Excellence in Construction $10 million, the facility addresses a full spectrum of food processing needs, including warehousing, production and packaging:

  • -5° and -20° storage freezers cooled with a state of the art ammonia refrigeration system
  • Precast concrete construction including walls, leger beams, columns and double tee roof structure
  • Refrigerated "drive through" shipping and receiving docks, including snow melt in drive approach
  • Quick freeze nitrogen tunnel
  • Henkel® tile floor system
  • Food safe stainless steel insulated metal panel walls
  • Dedicated raw ingredient receiving area
  • Full employee exercise and fitness facility
  • Class A finishes throughout the office area, test kitchen, employee cafeteria, locker room, and fitness center
  • Fully integrated card access entry and time keeping system

Soils & Structures, Inc.

Soils & Structures, Inc. is providing Geotechnical Engineering along with Construction Material Testing on this project.

East Muskegon Roofing and Sheet Metal Co., Inc.

We provided so many items under the Miscellaneous Metals category it could make your head spin. 

Custom platforms, brackets, specialty equipment, stairways, carts, chute, conveyors, shelving, guards to engineering specifications, signs, door and window wraps and food-grade sanitary welding.

All of our fabrications met food grade standards



Godwin Plumbing Inc.

Food service and handling have specific, government-regulated temperature tolerances and sanitation requirements. Along with medical gas, this is one of Godwin Plumbing's specialties.


THE KING CO., INC. was contracted to install helical foundation piers to support the expansion of the Plant.  The piers were design/built to the foundation loads provided by the structural engineer.

Burgess Concrete Construction

Burgess Concrete installed helical piers for the general contractor to brace the pre-cast concrete wall panels.

250,000 sq. ft.
Food / Pharmaceutical Plant
12875 Greenly St Holland MI 49424
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