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 storm, domestic water, compressed air, and natural gas systems.

This project was unique to Brandt because it incorporated the standard HVAC and plumbing work that all buildings utilize, with a meat processing facility. This factor requires the use of high-pressure hot water, process steam, sanitizer, foam, and processing equipment.
The facility has six variations of customized hose stations used for daily periodic wash downs of the processing areas and 18 different sinks. The variations range from standard hand sinks to utensils and meat sinks.

Brandt fabricated custom frames for each of the sinks throughout the facility. Since the lead time and production of each frame is three months, our team was vigilant in communicating with the customer to ensure satisfaction and timeline management.

We built a 126,000 square-foot walk above the ceiling to allow for the performance of regular mechanical maintenance without disruption to the production floor.


Owner: In-N-Out Burger
Contractor: The Haskell Company
Architect: Halff Associates
Engineer: Halff Associates


Start/Completion Dates: 2016 – 2018
Brandt Role: Mechanical Services