• 1728 Briercroft Court Carrollton, Texas 75006

Nestle Bottling Plant

Dallas, Texas

Nestle Waters North America contracted Brandt Industrial to install the mechanical utilities and injection molding systems for their new drinking water bottling plant in Dallas, TX. The project consisted of four new blow molding/bottling lines and three relocated lines from their existing DFW facility. Brandt was responsible for the piping installations of high-pressure air, low-pressure air, chilled water, process water, steam, condensate return and natural gas.

Our scope of work included setting the following utility equipment in the mechanical, chiller & boiler room:

  • One 225 BHP Steam Boiler
  • Three Open Cooling Tower Cells
  • Three 100 HP Tower Water Pumps
  • One Process Water Pump Skid w/ two (2) 100 HP pumps
  • Two Process Water Heat Exchangers
  • Two 733-Ton Ammonia Chiller Skids
  • One Chilled Water Pump Skid three (3) 60 HP Pumps
  • One Process Water Pump Skid w/ two (2) 40 HP Pumps
  • One Process Chilled Water Exchanger
  • Two 800 HP 450 Centac psi High Pressure Compressors
  • Multiple tanks, receivers, dryers, etc.

Brandt also installed the utilities and set the equipment for two new Husky Injection Molding Machines that produced bottles at a rate of more than 1200 per minute.

As a part of the three existing relocated lines from Nestle’s DFW facility, Brandt was responsible for decommissioning and relocating various pieces of utility equipment to the new Nestle Pure Life Plant including:

  • One Cooling Tower
  • Two 500 HP Low Pressure Compressors
  • Two 300 HP Reciprocating Booster Compressors
  • Multiple tanks, receivers, dryers, etc.

Brandt was required to work within strict FDA requirements, as Nestle commissioned and started up individual bottling lines while work continued on the installation of other lines. This was accomplished through close coordination and cooperation with Nestle Engineers and plant personnel.


Owner: Nestle Waters North America
Architect: P.E.T. Terra Systems, Inc.
Contractor: Brandt Industrial
Start/Completion: 2008
Project Amount: $4,500,000
Brandt Role: MEP Services