Tree House Brewing Process Piping

Contract value:                $704,702

Total Man hours:                6,033

Recordable injuries:                   0


Highlights and Challenges

The biggest challenge on this project was a highly compressed schedule, the owners were extremely eager to begin production and open to the public. We provided a large crew of skilled sanitary welders and pipe fitters and worked extended hours to meet the schedule. Extensive coordination with other trades was required to ensure the successful completion of the piping systems and the overall project. The design evolved as the project progressed and our experienced team provided guidance on efficient routing and layout of pipe runs.


Project Overview

The new construction Tree House Brewery project was a major expansion of production capacity for the brewer as well as the creation of a consumer experience destination.


Notch’s Scope Summary

The scope of this project included:

  • Install Chilled Glycol System including all Cool-Fit pipe and fittings along with associated valves
  • Pipe Steam and Condensate from exterior wall of boiler room to equipment
  • CIP Supply and Return
  • Interconnecting Vessel Piping
  • Spent Grains Piping
  • Interconnecting Vessel Piping
  • Water Skid Interconnecting Piping
  • Hot and Cold Water Supply Interconnecting Piping
  • Install Vapor Stacks on (4) tanks
  • Malt Offload Piping and Conveyor Piping
  • Fabricate and install support structures for all piping systems
  • Design and load analysis by others for both mezzanine and roof-supported structures


Project Accolades

“The project at Tree House Brewing Co. Charlton was fast and furious at times. The crew from Notch never faultered. Mike and Ryan have continued to be wonderful. “ – Dean Rohan, Owner