Fort Wayne-based CME Corp. has been awarded the contract to design and build a $100 million dairy operation in Ohio. The facility will provide milk to Meijer stores in Indiana and three other states. July 7, 2014

News Release

Fort Wayne, Ind. — Meijer awarded Fort Wayne based CME Corporation the Design-Build contract for the new $100 Million fluid milk processing dairy in Tipp City, OH. The 113,000 square foot dairy facility will service 100 stores in Indiana, Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky and be built adjacent to the existing 1.7 million-square-foot Meijer Distribution Center. The dairy will produce 30 million gallons of Meijer-branded milks, other drinks and allow manufacturing of other products including organic milk, cottage cheese, sour cream and Greek yogurt. The awarded contract also includes a new 81,000 square foot cooler and a waste water treatment facility. Meijer operates 207 supercenters and grocery stores in the Midwest.

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CME Corporation is a leading Fort Wayne-based design-builder and general contractor specializing, since 1972, in facilities for manufacturing, warehousing & distribution, food processing, medical, institutional, commercial office and retail uses. Clients include Meijer, Do it Best, Cooper Farms, Intellectual Technology Inc., Lutheran Health Network,

Source: CME Corp.

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