Cold Room Construction
If you’re in the food industry, then you know the importance of maintaining the temperature and quality of your products. This is where cold rooms come in – they provide a controlled environment for storing perishable items such as food, beverages, and pharmaceuticals. But how do you get started with cold room construction?
Firstly, you need to consider the size and location of the cold room. This will depend on the amount and type of products you’ll be storing, as well as the available space in your facility. It’s also important to choose the right type of insulation material and cooling system to ensure maximum energy efficiency and temperature control.
Next, you’ll need to hire a reputable cold room construction company like Waterside Installations LTD. They have years of experience in designing and building custom cold rooms that meet the specific needs of their clients. From the initial planning stages to the final installation, they’ll work with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth and hassle-free construction process.
When it comes to cold room construction, it’s important to prioritize quality and durability. You don’t want to end up with a cold room that fails to maintain the required temperature, or worse, breaks down and damages your products. With the right construction company and materials, you can ensure that your cold room will last for many years to come.
In summary, cold room construction requires careful planning and execution to ensure that your products are stored in optimal conditions. Whether you’re in the food industry or any other industry that requires temperature-controlled storage, it’s important to work with a reputable and experienced cold room construction company like Waterside Installations LTD. With their expertise, you can have peace of mind knowing that your cold room will be built to the highest standards of quality and performance.
This page shows a very large cold room being constructed with pictures having been taken at every stage of the project.
Cold Room Design
The cold room components were procured, constructed and prepared to a set of specifications and drawings agreed with the customer, their main contractor and their advisors. Careful planning and preparation is crucial as this is a huge cold room (110m x 75m) divided into a number of different sections each at a different temperature. Shown are parts of the specification drawings.
Cold Room Site
This is what the site looked like before we started putting in the floor and the insulated panels.
Cold Room Build
We have a team of 8 on site building this very large cold room. Despite the size and complexity of the task we will have finished it within 3 months because of our experience. The pictures show the insulated panels being installed. Note the roof structure which will provide anchors for the internal insulated walls separating the different temperature zones.