Factory At P'tit Boucherville Market

Vergo - Petit Marché - Boucherville
Food industry, Industrial
About This Project

The small Boucherville Market commissioned Vergo to develop its food processing plant for ready-to-eat including the construction of a fast freezing chamber. This proposed construction of a food plant must meet Canadian Food Inspection Agency (HACCP) standards.


Customer: Varennes Buildings Ltd.


Contact: 101 rue de la Barre, Boucherville, Quebec, J4B 2X6

Project: Completed

Contract type: Cost plus

Value: $1.1M

Area: 9,000 square feet

Year of achievement: 2014


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.

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.

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.