Project Management represents a core strength, spanning all of our functional expertise and also spanning many areas of subject matter expertise.  From correctly executing a low-cost, internal labor-only project to capital spends of up to $60 million and programs of nearly $1 billion, from software to equipment, from new product development to efficiency improvement, there is very little we haven’t already done.

Our project experience is deep and wide, with many success stories.  Click on any subcategory below for some specific examples.

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The FSMA proposed rule on intentional contamination provides two ways to determine what are called "actionable process steps."  This is a facility and process-specific "point, step or procedure" ...
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Missing from the proposed FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) rule on intentional contamination is any requirement for "broad mitigation strategies."  In this article we will explore the implica...
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The proposed FSMA rule for intentional contamination uses the phrase "a person knowledgeable about food defense" in several places. What it doesn't tell you is how to choose a consultant (internal or ...
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People that have been working with Food Defense will notice some things that they have previously focused on that are missing from the proposed rule for intentional contamination. In this post we will...
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In Part 1 of this blog we discussed the first of two approaches for determining "actionable process steps."  This is a facility-specific "point, step, or procedure" in a food process where there ...
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