Food & Beverage

SHINER SPOETZL BREWERY

SHINER, TEXAS Constructed in 1909, Brandt has been providing electrical services for the additions and renovations taking place at the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, Texas. The plant has remained fully operational throughout the construction process. The work Brandt is completing at Shiner ranges from controls work to

HEB RETAIL SUPPORT CENTER

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Brandt’s scope of work involves a multitude of areas, including the main warehouse facility, an office space, and a variety of outbuildings. The mechanical system serving the warehouse consists of water-cooled chillers, which will provide chilled water to the air rotation units placed

HEB SNACK PLANT

HOUSTON, TEXAS Brandt was awarded the new Tortilla and Corn Chip Plant in Houston for HEB. The plant is capable of producing an output of 4,000lbs. of chips per day. Brandt’s scope included the Design and Construction of the MEP systems for the project. The scope consisted

KRAFT FOODS

GARLAND, TX Since 2001, Brandt has provided all of the electrical services for the Kraft Foods plant. Our account manager has taken care of Kraft Foods for 15 of those years. This plant produces BBQ sauces, Capri Sun drinks, salad dressings, and Miracle Whip brand products. Brandt

IN-N-OUT PROCESSING PLANT

LANCASTER, TEXAS Brandt completed work on the first Texas In-N-Out Burger processing facility. Our scope included plumbing, piping, and HVAC work throughout the facility. Our team installed specialty pipes used throughout the various phases of production and sanitation. Our contract also included the installation of the facility’s

FARMER BROTHERS COFFEE – PHASE 2

NORTH LAKE, TEXAS The Haskell Company hired Brandt’s Industrial team to complete work on Phase 2 of the new Farmer Brothers Coffee Headquarters. Our team installed the compressed air and nitrogen piping systems and demolished and upgraded the Urn and 5lb packaging lines. Additionally, we installed and assembled

FARMER BROTHERS COFFEE – PHASE 1

NORTH LAKE, TEXAS Brandt completed work at the new Farmer Brothers Coffee Headquarters. The renowned coffee distributor relocated their headquarters and manufacturing facilities from Oregon, California, and Houston, Texas to a brand new 538,000 square-foot facility in Northlake, Texas. The new facility included administrative offices and a