Gordon Food Service distribution centre – Boucherville

Vergo - Centre de distribution Gordon Food Service - Boucherville
Food industry, Industrial
About This Project

Gordon Food Service is the largest private food distributor in North America. They deliver their food to restaurants and communities.

GFS Properties LTD commissioned Vergo to build their warehouse in Boucherville.



Customer: GFS Properties LTD


Contact: 550 Louis-Pasteur, Boucherville, Quebec, J4B 7Z1

Project: Completed

Contract type: Cost plus

Value: $15.7M

Area: 298,935 square feet

Years of achievement: 2017 – 2018


Productive buildings

Industrial buildings are very varied because of the unique processes they house. It is therefore essential to understand them. Vergo has a successful track record in this sector, particularly for its ability to integrate the latest automation technologies.

Whether it’s a warehouse, a factory, a food assembly line, a mill or any other industrial facility, Vergo builds buildings that work. From simple storage spaces to full distribution centers, our buildings offer the capabilities you need, while minimizing your operating costs.

In the agri-food sector, Vergo mainly designs power plants that are fully compliant with the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system. This system, recognized around the world, is interested in the 3 classes of dangers for food hygiene, which are biological, chemical and physical dangers.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has implemented the Food Safety Improvement Program (APAS). As a result, the majority of power plants designed by Vergo comply with pasA and HACCP processes. As a result, Quebec agri-food companies can export their products globally.

In some cases where compliance with both systems is not mandatory, Vergo may also design custom power plants to meet the demands of its customers.

For more than 25 years, Vergo has applied robust construction expertise to each project. Our team has a passion for quality and a commitment to satisfying customers across Canada.