Foodline Projects continued their contracted work at the West End Brewery by installing the Water Farm & upgrading the Boilers
Foodline Projects was engaged by Carlton & United Breweries to uninstall and then mechanically install the plant and equipment from Warnervale to the new cider making facility in Abbotsford.
Part of Lion’s $70m refurbishment of the West End Brewery in South Australia included an upgrade to the cellar allowing for full automation through the maturation and fermentation phases of the brewing process.
Lion chose Foodline Projects as the preferred mechanical installation contractor for the entire Hyde Park Project.
As part of South Australia’s West End Brewery redevelopment, Austline Fabrications was engaged to fabricate a stainless steel tank canopy for a water treatment tank at the Thebarton site.
Foodline Projects were engaged to upgrade the malt handling facilities within the brewery as part of Lion’s Project Hyde Park expansion.
As part of the Project Hyde Park brewery upgrade, Foodline Projects were engaged to upgrade the cross-flow filtration system within the brewery.
Lion engaged mechanical installation experts Foodline Projects in conjunction with ME Engineering to install the new cider vessels and associated pipework.
Krones awarded Foodline Projects with the contract to install the new brewhouse at West End Brewery in South Australia as part of Project Hyde Park.
In 2013 Coopers Managing Director Tim Cooper announced his intention to double the size of its existing 250sqm Regency Park lager cellar along with installing a second bottling line and two additional fermenters to meet the growing demand of Coopers products in the Australian beer market.
Austline Fabrications was engaged by Lion Nathan to removal, refurbish, transport and install brew tanks to the new site in South Australia.
After the successful installation of the Fremantle brewhouse expansion, Foodline Projects was the obvious choice to install the new brewhouse, fermentation vessels and filtration tanks at the new site in regional Victoria.
Foodline was originally engaged by Krones to install the new brewhouse, malt handling facilities and cellar upgrade at the brownfield site in Tasmania.
Foodline Projects were engaged as the key mechanical installation contractors for the greenfield site which consisted of a brewhouse, cellar, fermentation vats and bottling plant as well as all vessels and equipment.
Over a five month period in 2006, Foodline Projects were entrusted to install a new brewhouse and fermentation cellar for the iconic Little Creatures Brewery in Fremantle, Western Australia