Food, Distribution & Manufacturing

Smart design. Big impact.

 

COVID-19 has put new stresses on the global supply chain. Creativity and speed are needed to meet the facility needs brought on by skyrocketing e-commerce demand, emergency infection control measures and shifting manufacturing needs. Planners and engineers will need to work quickly with owners, contractors and government organizations across the nation to retrofit and expand logistics capabilities.

For over 100 years, LEO A DALY has applied design thinking to solve the toughest challenges of our clients. Today, that means leveraging an international team of experts across design disciplines to keep logistics networks healthy.

Pallet Jack operators at Second Harvest Heartland in Minneapolis

Refrigeration engineering helps more fresh food reach hungry people

Celebrating World Refrigeration Day with an example of how our refrigeration engineers helped one non-profit fulfill an important mission ...
Food, Distribution & Manufacturing team grows in Minneapolis

Food, Distribution & Manufacturing team grows in Minneapolis

LEO A DALY expands Minneapolis staff to keep up with growing demand for logistics design services ...
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Reducing capital and energy costs with modeling

Modeling your refrigeration load requirements to right-size your system can significantly decrease capital and operational costs ...

Connect with a specialist

Ignacio J. Reyes
Vice President
Chief Development Officer
(561) 688-2111
Andy P. Campbell
Senior Refrigeration Engineer
(612) 338-8741
Jason W. Galley
Senior Associate
Director of Business Development
402.390.4485
Emily A. Gascho
Senior Fire Protection Designer
612.338.8741
Michael P. Koalska
Associate
Client Relations Manager
612.341.9520
Cheri N. Pavlik
Vice President
Director of Business Development
(561) 688-2111
Russell L. Schertz
Market Sector Leader - Food Distribution & Manufacturing
402.391.8111
Michael Schmidt
Senior Associate
Market Sector Leader-Food Distribution & Manufacturing
561.688.2111
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