Anderson Engineering provided civil engineering, landscape architecture and survey services for Cargill’s new $6.4 million ingredient test center and lab in Savage, Minnesota. The Minnetonka-based agribusiness currently operates four other pilot plants for food-ingredient innovation. One is in Plymouth, Minnesota and the others are overseas in Belgium, China and Singapore.
The 6,500-square-foot building in Savage will triple the size of Cargill’s food pilot operations in the Twin Cities. Called the North American Pilot Development Center, the facility is next door to a 17,300-square-foot Cargill engineering-research lab and it should be fully running by late summer of 2020.
Construction of the new facility, which sits adjacent to Cargill’s existing Engineering Research & Development Lab in Savage, began in April 2019 and is fully operational since late summer 2020. The new Center complements Cargill’s state-of-the-art Minneapolis Research and Development Center and Cargill Food Innovation Center.
Since 1989 Anderson Engineering of Minnesota, LLC has been helping developers, land owners, design firms, and all levels of government take their projects from concept to completion.
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