From an electrician's perspective, this one was fun. This project started out as Tolleson building D. More than half of the 401,000 sq ft shell was designated to become SK Foods. The facilities purpose is to prepare sandwiches, breakfast foods, etc. that are sold in grocery stores and convenience stores. There are three systems; a large Freon system (chiller, tower and four compressors), glycol and liquid nitrogen, which are required for processing products. The temperature for two large freezers, for storing products, is maintained at -10 degrees Fahrenheit. The assembly lines include a liquid nitrogen tunnel to flash freeze the final products to ensure freshness. There are multiple safety systems including an oxygen sensing system. Guaranteeing a safe working atmosphere is paramount for SK. RMJ was responsible for all power and control wiring associated with operations and its integrated safety features. Stainless steel raceways were installed in processing areas. In addition we completed the work for the offices, shipping, receiving and maintenance areas. The biggest challenge came toward the end of the project. There were a lot of "moving parts" for each of the project stakeholders. All of the "moving parts" required electricity.