food and beverage industry electricians in California

Featured Food & Beverage Projects

Industrial Electrical Systems for Food Production, Sorting, and Mixing

We have a deep understanding and respect for our California food and beverage industry. California’s Central Valley is a hotspot for food and beverage production, and we are proud to be able to provide professional electrical service to those firms that provide the food and drink that we enjoy every day.

Pistachio Processing Facility

Location: Wasco, California
Scope: New hulling machine and 30,000 square foot addition; design and build

Lighthouse Electrical was pleased to provide exceptional electrical service to a pistachio processing facility in Wasco, CA. We provided industrial electrical system service to include a new huller as well as a 30,000 square foot addition to their existing processing building. Because this project was design and build, we were able to work closely with the facility and mechanical contractor to design a control scheme with a heavy emphasis on automation.

Citrus Packing Juicing Facility

Location: Visalia, California
Scope: Various process changes to facilities

Lighthouse Electrical was approached by a citrus juicing facility who needed to complete process changes to their facility during an extremely tight shutdown period. Our experienced team was happy to help. During this brief shutdown period, we added circuits, GRC and stainless steel conduit, VFDs, motor controls and PLCs. Lighthouse Electrical completed the plant updates on schedule, allowing the facility to begin processing citrus immediately after completion.

Onion Processing Plant

Location: Firebaugh, California
Scope: 179 motors with controls and process automation; design and build

Lighthouse Electrical worked closely with our client to ensure that their electrical system was strong and reliable. The system consisted of Allen-Bradley PLCs, FactoryTalk HMIs, and networked MCCs. This is another great example of a design and build project which allowed us to work directly with the facility and mechanical contractor to ensure that the control scheme was properly designed and implemented.