Goya is the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, importing thousands of food products from the Caribbean, Central and South America. As they continued to expand, Goya contracted Griffin to help them open a new, state-of-the-art distribution center in South Florida. The new center included three coolers with freezer capability and 85,000 square feet of insulated floor space. We erected 110,000 square feet of insulated paneling, including wrapping the columns of the building in paneling. Most critical were the doors: as a full-service facility, the center needed security doors and fast-access electronic doors for forklifts, and those doors needed to minimize leakage. We installed Rytec Turbo Seal freezer doors, Jamison security doors, insulated personnel doors, and insulated vestibules. The facility is now fully operational and serving Goya’s customers throughout the Southeast.
Without any hesitation whatsoever, we would recommend Griffin Insulation to anyone looking to build a cooler or freezer facility. Their expert craftsmanship is obvious.
–Angel Portuondo, Goya Foods