Feasibility studies

Before starting a food factory design project, you need to know if it's feasible. With our comprehensive feasibility studies for food businesses, we can determine the viability of your project and identify potential risks or challenges.

We offer feasibility studies for a wide range of complex projects, including bringing new products to market, building new production facilities, modernising existing facilities, adding new production lines and research and development.

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What is a feasibility study?

A feasibility study is a process of understanding the costs, time and resources a project would entail. Whether you need a cost analysis of a food processing plant or you're renovating one preparation room, it's crucial to understand the commercial and practical gains before you start. 

Our feasibility studies cover all aspects of a project, including design, fit-out budgets, equipment, site location, financial projections and regulatory compliance. We'll work closely with you to understand your unique needs and goals, before providing you with a detailed report.

What does a feasibility study include?

  • Project aim
  • Process capacity information to identify possible bottlenecks
  • Process flow charts covering all products, people, waste and goods
  • Layout design options
  • Project plan for each option
  • Schedule
  • Financial projections
  • Recommendations

With over 100 years of collective industry knowledge, we understand the costs, time and processes involved in food factory projects. This allows us to deliver our feasibility reports quickly, accurately and cost-effectively – ensuring you're set up for success from the outset.

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