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Kansas Dairy Ingredients

Processing Plant

JE Dunn completed two phases of work for Kansas Dairy Ingredients' new plant. Phase I was a 15,300 SF pre-engineered metal building and Phase II was a 10,000 SF addition.

The plant includes a raw milk clean-in-place area, a process room with two ultra-filtration machines, and a 7,000 SF masonry tank vestibule that houses five 60,000-gallon silos, two 20,000-gallon silos and a 10,000-gallon silo. The plant is capable of producing 2.5 million pounds of fractionated dairy ingredients.

The Phase II expansion added additional receiving areas, a lactose haul-out area and four additional 60,000-gallon finished product silos.

Location
Hugoton, Kansas
Client
Kansas Dairy Ingredients
Architect
EA Bonnelli+Associates
Completion Date
June 2014
590,000
Gallons
Storage Capacity
12
Silos
Two
Phases

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