Chobani Builds World’s Largest Yogurt Plant

Chobani Builds World’s Largest Yogurt Plant

Shambaugh & Son serves as design-builder, general contractor, and engineer on new $450-million Chobani plant in Twin Falls, Idaho

At a million square feet, the world’s largest yogurt plant would have taken two years to complete on a traditional construction cycle. Through a design-build, hyper-track approach, however, Chobani, Inc. constructed its new $450-million plant in Twin Falls, Idaho, in just 10 months.

“At the time we were building this facility, demand was exceeding supply, and, as a result, Chobani was running out of product,” says Charlie Pavelec, senior vice president of electrical for Shambaug

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