With focus on global sustainability, the Swedish food tech startup Mycorena created headlines by launching a unique, fungi based protein ingredient, Promyc®. Promyc® is an alternative to both meat and traditional vegan food proteins as soy beans and peas. EAB is very proud to be one of the partners building their first large-scale production site in Falkenberg.
The company has a vision about Promyc® being the obvious choice for food producers that wants to get more out of a protein alternative than the traditional vegan protein can deliver, and in the meanwhile make a positive impact on the environment. What first started as a PhD-project is now taking the next step, to large-scale production.
The new premises will be about 2200 m2, with offices in three floors and a large production with a mezzanine floor. The originator of this project is Peterson and Hanson Byggnads AB, and EAB has delivered and built the steel frame, roof construction, wall and foundation elements as well as the mezzanines.
– Mycorena has been a very fun project, it’s exciting to be part of a journey with such a innovative and visionary company. It’s always satisfying to be able to deliver solutions that’s a bit out of the box, like in this case their signature green color on the facade. We have delivered plenty of projects together with PH Byggnads before, and the collaboration has been just as good this time, says Martin Mårtensson, Salesman and Project Manager for EAB Steel Buildings.
Yes, the collaboration together with EAB works very well. We have an open dialogue, and all parts want to find solutions instead of problems. For this project EAB delivered a complete solution that was perfectly on point. We truly recommend EAB as a provider and partner!Anders Ericsson, part owner of Peterson and Hansson Byggnads AB.
Petersson and Hanson Byggnads AB has been in the building sector since 1963 and is today one of the largest construction companies in the Halland-region.