Here you can access the archived webinars from the Hixson Food Plant of the Future webinar series. Simply click the “View On-Demand” button below the webinar you would like to view and fill in the short registration form on the page that follows.
Learn how facility design can help employers improve the health and wellbeing of their employees.
This webinar explores the current regulations surrounding the storage and use of hazardous materials and how to apply them to their facility.
This webinar explores the best practices in water management, in which Hixson shares the strategies, technologies and processes for reducing a plant’s overall water footprint.
Learn how start up and performance verification activities can position facilities for success from the very beginning.
As projects become more complex, completing a successful food or beverage plant renovation or expansion is filled with challenges.
This webinar will cover how food and beverage companies use BIM to determine and implement performance improvements that will increase productivity and drive down costs.
For food and beverage manufacturers who rely heavily on R-22 for refrigeration and other operations, existing systems and facilities must be reviewed now to be prepared for a future without R-22.
This webinar discusses how the FSMA is the latest development in food safety, bringing with it changes to existing food production regulations as well as new requirements for preventing, detecting, and responding to food safety problems.
In this webinar, learn about factors that can help you to attract, motivate and retain skilled employees.
Plumbing systems are not one of the first things that come to mind when you think of food safety, but they are every bit as important as systems and processes that are within sight.
Imagine you’ve just been given a $10 million budget to deliver a new line within eight months. What things do you need to do immediately, who should be on your team and how can you keep the project on-time and on-budget?
This webinar explores strategies and flexible technologies that are available to keep buildings as unrestricted as possible for future growth.
Energy savings is a hot topic these days. There are practical things you can do right now, with minimal to no additional investment, that can yield big gains in energy efficiency.
Effective management of wastewater is becoming increasingly critical to food and beverage processors. This webinar will address strategies, technologies and processes for minimizing costs associated with water and wastewater.
Food safety standards affect the entire food supply chain. This webinar examines the different standards that are having an impact on the design of food and beverage facilities.
Concerns over food safety, reliability, and traceability get a great deal of attention within plants. Yet the highly regulated — but often-overlooked — concern for the storage and use of hazardous materials is also important.
Raising the Bar on Plant Air Quality examines the key elements to achieve and maintain effective air quality in food and beverage processing environments, sharing the latest principles, insights and advancements.
Anticipating the Next Generation continues the dialogue about issues and advancements that will define how tomorrow’s food plants are built and operated.
The preconception that a Greenfield plant is needed to achieve desired performance goals is based on several pervasive myths. This webinar dispels some of these common misconceptions.
Discover what you need to know to implement a successful automation project for your food and beverage processing facility.
Discussion on how to implement realistic sanitary design solutions that will deliver benefits worthy of their costs.
Using cost-effective design solutions, food and beverage processing facilities can meet the rigorous performance demands required in a processing and production environment and, at the same time, focus on sustainability.
The need for food and beverage processors to drive down unit costs never ends. How can new/retrofitted plants be designed to optimize productivity?