Primus Builders is Bringing Industrial Automation to Life with Custom Automated Facilities

Georgian design-build specialists, Primus Builders, are opening a new line of automated facilities. Specializing in solutions for cold storage & distribution, food & beverage processing, and medical device sterilization, their new solutions offer to make production efficient, safer, and cleaner for all.

September 16, 2019 / / —

Press release summary: Georgian design-build specialists, Primus Builders, are opening a new line of automated facilities for their clients. Specializing in solutions for cold storage & distribution, food & beverage processing, and medical device sterilization, their new services offer to make production efficient, safer, and cleaner for all.

New technologies are driving manufacturing back into the market, and Georgian design-build experts Primus Builders are incorporating new automated facilities to help their clients keep up to date.

Primus is now able to deliver on individual needs for automation across a wide range of industries with their highly customizable facilities. Automation has been shown to make manufacturing more efficient, to improve health and safety standards, and to make getting products to market more environmentally sustainable.

A one-stop automation shop
With the recent incorporation of automation facilities, Primus Building has become uniquely positioned as both an engineering firm and an automation firm. As such, they have updated the scope of their services with an in-house robot automation design team and a new data analytics team that use performance data to report on and iterate on their automated services.

This expansion and inclusion of a dedicated automation design and testing team allows Primus Buildings to expand their offers beyond the role of a supplier. They are able to generate, report, and gather insight based on data with the purpose of increasing the efficiency of their automated facilities. From designing the concept to delivering the robot automation facilities, and assisting with operation, Primus has created a new one-stop automation shop in Georgia.

Bringing robot automation to a range of markets
From cold storage to processing to product development to medical device sterilization, Primus is making automation more readily available to previously underserved markets. With their new facilities, Primus’s automated services are designed to offer increased speed to market, increased accuracy, flexibility and scalability, improved employee safety, lowered energy consumption, reduced risk of contamination, and long-term cost reduction.

Primsus’s design-build approach expands further
Primus specializes in helping and providing solutions in the markets of cold storage & distribution (where they are undoubtedly the leader when it comes to design and construction), food & beverage processing, and medical device sterilization. However, with this new access to automated facilities, their ability to help in new spaces is continuously growing.
To learn more about Primus, their automated facilities, or any of the other services that they offer, visit the Primus Builders website.


Editor’s Notes: Please direct all press inquiries to Rebecca Elliott. She can be reached by phone on 770-928-7120 or by mail at 8294 Highway 92, Suite 210, Woodstock, GA 30189. Any and all email inquiries can be sent directly to For any more information on Primus Builders, please visit

Contact Info:
Name: Rebecca Elliott
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Organization: Primus Builders
Address: 8294 Highway 92, Suite 210, Woodstock, GA 30189
Phone: 770-928-7120


Release ID: 88917443

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