The Janus Team works to integrate design and construction with a well planned go-to-market strategy in conjunction with product development and sales to ensure that the structure addresses the needs of the business.
This is building for purpose and it includes the brand values, labour, food safety, occupational health, animal welfare, carcass utilization and environmental sustainability. The inputs to design and construction of a structure are now as important as the outputs. By using base model plants we conserve time to market and achieve greater cost predictability while reducing needs to engineer from scratch.
We bring learning and innovations from one project to the next. It also provides tested and proven processes to rise to the top so that you can focus on operating the best meat processing facility you can.
ULTIMATE HARVEST HOUSE!
Janus has worked with a number of key partners to build a unique multi-species harvest facility to address the core issues and barriers to market.
- Proprietary anti-microbial, rugged, and sustainable materials
- Customized, specifically manufactured equipment
- Air Dryers for lowering humidity and microbial growth
- Human ergonomic design of equipment
- Optional solutions for staff accommodation and community areas
- Scaled automation and robotic options
- Multi-species capable
- Starting at 50 cattle/bison/elk/etc. head/day.
- Expandable to 250 cattle/bison/elk/etc. head/day.
- Up to 100 head/hour for hogs.
- Further processing modules and equipment
- Rapid freeze, stiffening and thawing that reduces shrink
- A hybrid mix of traditional construction and modular, remote built units.
- Low cost entry to the market with lowered investment exposure.
- Constructed on the ground by local teams.
- Easily expandable design
- Manufacturer led training
- Preventive servicing and online parts service
- Tested and proven in extreme, inhospitable environments
- Sustainable wastewater exchange for heating and cooling
- EU certification and the globes highest regulatory standards
- Builder waste reduction for reduce environmental impacts
- Keeps costs low, while maintaining a quicker and more precise project to market
- Easier to employ local talent, but still get a highly technically skilled team
- Adds some flexibility to raw material handling and purchasing
- Ability to control quality and manage workmanship on a daily basis, but ensures that certain components are manufactured in a precision environment
- Greater flexibility of design in joining modular units
- Using local materials for a more customized local design
- A more easily changed design guarding against unforeseen project scope creep